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SEVEN CHILDREN SURVIVE. i, THAT'S FIT TO PRINT. 8 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1916. Pages No. 41 FISCAUOURT Busy L HIGH RECORD PRICES Session of Three Julian Brown to Erect a Modern Closing Sale Proves the Best of the Season Bidding Lively-- Big With Settlements Days. Business House on the Lot Prices For Trash. He Recently County Officers. Sheriff Pays Purchased in England, Germany and France Agree on one thing, if on no other. They all prohibit the sale of alum baking powders. $29,985.25. Work to Begin on May 1. Julian H. Brown will build a new business house on the lot known as the Reldel corner, recently purchased from Marion Behen. The house will be a two story brick, 2jx80 feet, with steel front and equipped with and plate-glas- s nil the modern Improvements. Work will begin May 1. Connor Bros., of Lanneltou, have the contract for the brick work, while OVER 56,000 POUNDS SOLD. Mr. Eugene V. McAdatns, of llirmlng-lmnAla., died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. C Kellv, of Hawes-villWednesday, of Ilright's disease. He was 69 years old, and was born and reared at Hawesville. He was circuit clerk of Hancock county for three terms or eighteen years succeeding 1872 and was county clerk one term; later becoming deputy internal revenue collector under John Feland, of Owensboro. When McKinley was elected president he was named as a secret service man in charge of the Birmingham, Ala., district which place he held with high credit until April 1, of this year. Mr McAdams was widely known and popular with all classes of people. He is survived by one brother, two sisters and seven children. The funeral services were conducted Friday morning from the Catholic church Farm Improvements. by the Kev Celestiue llrey, of Louisville, j Tom Heard is moving his tobacco barn followed by interment in the Hawesville from the back of his farm to the front on cemetery. e, The Fiscal court was In session last week for three days, making settle, ments with the sheriff, going over rj ports fro-the trensurer. poor house keeper and other olllcers. The reports were found correct, and approved. Sierlff A. T. Beard paid Into the treasury $20,9S5.23, balance due county on settlement pauper C. M. Heston was commissioner, W. J. Hall, poor house commissioner, and Dr. J. E. Kincheloe, county physician. The following committees wero appointed to refund the county Indebtedness, Including railroad district bonds, which are now drawing 0 per cent, to An offer of 0 per cent and 5 per cent. accrued has already been made. A committee to confer with town town council of Hardinsburg to Install a clock on the courthouse. Judge Dowell and a committee will go to Frankfort to appear before the State Board of Kqualizatlon to get raise of county released. the pike A T. Heard is building a culling pen This will for hogs at the home place Mrs. Leon McGavock nave a party save the labor of four or. five men in Saturday afternoon in honor of the fifth handling hogs. Lester Pool has the birthday of her son, Master John Mc contract for both jobs. s Gavock. Those invited were: Miss.-Jine Sawver, May me H Sawyer, Kuth-erin- e Mission Board Meeting. Phelps. Ann.i Ivfizubeih Keith, Katherine Keith, Artelia Bowne,Marion The District MNsion Hoard of Behen, D.irothy Muv, Murgaret Ne,y-so- BreokcnriuVc will Association Bess Keil, Addle Bell Couch, Ruby Saturday lioforo Wood and Charlie Lee Hamman; meetut Irvinizton Masters Billy Phelps, Hugh Barrett the fifth Sunday in April. An inSevers, Melba Sifford, James F. Ridge-way- , teresting program has been anDavid Behen, Marion Clay Roff, nounced and will appear in the Lafayette Reid and Charles M. Reid. Birthday Party. News next week. Will Entertain Club. Mrs. David Phelps will be hostess to the Ladies' Reading Club Thursday .afternoon in honor of her grandmother, , Mrs. J. B. Crenshaw, of Versailles, who arrived here Tuesday to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Pnelps. Criminal Docket For May Term. There are 210 criminal cases ontered for the May term of Circuit Court which convenes Monday, May 8. Buys New Houses and Lots at Irvington. Irvington, April 10. G. O. Bailey, a hustling farmer of this vicinity, has purchased quite a tract of timber from J. W. Dent, also four houses hud sixteen lots in colored town. Sells Purchase of Tobacco. Z h Lucas, of Constantinc. has sold his purchase of tobacco, 130,000 pounds, dark, redried, put up In Hardinsburg, to Ben Clarkson at $(1.25 round. He sold "5,000 pounds of Burley In Louisville at $8 75 and $0 round. Hardinsburg Pharmacy SPRING CLEANING Irvington Pharmacy The Drug Stores that Save You Money Everything that is Needed to Brighten Your Home. Remember we save you 20 per cent on all jour purchases. Compare our prices 10c 20c Moth Hull-- , pound Hluck Carbolic Acid. Lint Ammonia, pint... 5c 000 KohcIi I'owder. pound...43c Camphor Gum, pound 73c Hoacli I'ustu, can. 13c Denatured Aleoliol.qt U3c Wood Alcohol, t. "c. Persian Insect I'owder. lb .. tOc ClcuneusySoap, 3 bars 10c Chamois 8klns..l0c-$- l Snowherry Soap. 4 bars... .15c 5c .. 25c Liquid Veneer.-- .. IDn II. S. Metal Polish, liorux. 3 Diamond Dye, pke 10c Wall Paper Cleaner, 2 cuns...lSc Colorlto Hat Dye....lu 1 O'Cedur Polish 18c V 33c We are Agents for Grana'oid Floor Paint, quart 50c Kurfacite Peaslee-GaulbeJap-a-la- c Co's. Guaranteed Paint Adamant Floor Paint, quart 50c Fix-aRenew-Lac A permanent pestroyer of bed bugs Will drive the pest out of every crack and crevice where they hide 7oc pint bottle, with brush for applying "REX" BED BUG KILLER Family Dr. says-- . Come to Our Drug Store for your Beautifiers and torfhoto Supplies and Cameras FILMS DEVELOPED FKEE and Kodaks. Mesker & Co. will tartar, derived from grapes, natural furnish the steel and plate glass. Tell City firm will furnish the brick, and the food product, and no nor lumber will come from the South. Mr. other questionable ingredients. Brown will superintend the construe tlon, and local carpenters will do the work. ROYAL BAKING Mr. Brown's success in Cloverport CO. has been phenomiual. He came here New York in March I9OI, just lifter the fire that swept the town, and before the coals had cooled oil, erected n small frame shack at the East end of the bridge. He began business with a handful of are being nude lor a larger acreage W. T. Rhodes sold 2,835 pounds at groceries utul a very small capital, and than ever, and with favorable seasons, started on the cash system of buying the crop for next year will be a bumper. $8, $6 10, $3 30, $5 40, $5, $(.8o Carl Sheer.m sold 2,895 pounds at and selling. He is a man who has gone through Breckenridge Loose Leaf Sales. $8 lo, $5 30, 53 40, $5 20, $).8o John Frank sold' 2,200 pounds at $."1.90, Extended to Mr. Willis Noel, his business life with his fellowmen Dennie Taul sold 65 pounds at $1 70, $5 5". S. $5 0. $6 40, $6.60, $5.30, $5, making and demanding his own rights .".20 and $4.60. Man in This City, From Oldest 55 20. 53 70. $7 60, id 10 and his own profits, and giving to ev Jas. W. Miller sold 1,220 pounds nt Hook & Scott sold 615 pounds at $7, S. C. Bates, of Athens, Ohio. ery man his rights and profits, which $.1.60, $4.40. $4.30. $7 10, $6 211. has led him along the road to success us Jas. W. Miller sold 1,030 pounds at Sam Jones sold 200 pounds at $y 50. a merchant. Dear Mr. Ilabbage: Your paper today i6, $5.30, $3.90 and is. lo. Thos N. lildcr sold I365 pounds at He owns a beautiful country home inuouuces that Willis Noel has passed Jolly & Cornier sold 1,165 pounds at. 516. 10, $6.30, $9.50. near town, and has quite nn interesting $3.lo, $1.80, $4 40, 4.9o. ninety-fourt- h birthday. It is a rare Alex Stinnett sold ."120 pounds at $5, his family who have stood behind him and enough thing for any one to reach that Miller A: Arms sold 4,61,0 pounds at $6.50. shared his hardships as well us his suc- $5.20, $5 lo, 5,5o. $5.70, $4.70, $4.30 age to be worthy of comment, but when cesses. Mr. Brown is very enthusiastic it is one held in as high esteem as Ud Harlou sold 595 pounds at $8, Cloverport Public School over his new enterprise and says he is $8 So, $6.i0. Honor Roll Seventh Month. "Uncle Willis," it deserves more than fixing for a bigger and better business even a passing mention. Nace Hawkins sold 1,060 pounds at than ever before. His friends are with $5.70, $5 .10, is. $:).'-'-o, $7 50. His faculties are clear. His sight is Tula Il.1bb.1gu. him, and bis patrons are u satisfied asgood. His step is as elastic as many a Walter Hriekey sold 1,283 pounds at Senior Mary Owen Oele. set who will stand by him. one forty years younger. The people of $6 70, $6.60, $." 50, $6.10, f7 20, $5 10. The Breckenridge News wishes him Junior Forrest Weatherholt. his early life in lloone county are all Luther Miller sold 97O poundst f 7.0O, Sophomore Aubrey l'.eavin, Celestiue gone. The men and women of continued prosperity in his new busi- f 7.1". l So, $5.70, $5. e ness home. county, when he came to it sixty Driskell & Walls sold 1S0 pounds at O'Connell, Mary Kinder, Zivola Kramer, Jane I.ightfoot, John Duke years ago, have almost all passed over $5 10 Freshmen Joseph Ilalluiaii, Louise the river. He is an ornament to your Nelson Miller sold 2O5 pounds at $6 40 VALLEY STOCK FARM Clint Adkisson sold 1,230 pounds at Weatherholt, Huth Lamb, Lora Carson, community, and I am glad your people Chlorn May Seaton, Kva Weatherholt. treat him so well. f4 60, $7, 6 20, $7 30, S 20, $11. F.ighth Grade Allie Clark, .Marian I have been so busy that I have uot A. T. Heard sold I.2S0 pounds at$.So, Allen, Gladys Hemphill, Lillian lluckby, written to him, and I wish, through $4 50, $3, $4 40. Owned and Directed by W. J. Ilalluiau, your columns, to express my congratulaDennie Sheerau sold 660 pounds at frauds Atwood, Christine Charles Mogan, I'rank Lamb, HIsieMay, tions, aud the hope that while he is Owen aud Sons, of Hardins-bur- g $6.50, Driskell sold 59O pounds at Uoy Mullen, William Reid, Kva Wroe, spared to his friends, he may retain his No. 1. Very Success $6 Arthur Curtice Weatherholt, Alice Couch. faculties in perfection. Then I wish to 60. $7 10, 6. Seventh Grade Kva Jolly, Maude say to my friends who are not so old: Cornelius Downs sold 1,070 pounds at ful in Hog Raising. Harry, Jessie Lee Ilurdeu, Ilessie Adams, Life is uuceitaiu in its extent. It is , $7 30. $4 SO. Cal Jolly sold 1,415 pounds at $4.20, Alice Frank, Robert Haiuinan, Mary C. only certain in the opportunity it preHatnni.in, Fannie L. Kramer, Andrew sents for preparation for that other W. J. Owen and Sons are the proprl $5 60, $4 90, $5.70. McCracken, McCrackeu, world, and in the service we may alKatherine Home Stock Farm, etors of 'the Valley Jolly & Condor sold 1,02.") pounds at Towsey New by, Ivleanor Reid, Selma ways render for our Master, and tor His breeders of Poland China hogs, anoth- $5.50, $6, $5 70. sold 465 pounds at Sippel, Margaret Sutton, Ruby West, children here. firm In this county who arc making er .Mart Mattingly Mary Logan Jolly, Ruth Matheney, My sympathy is with the old town in a success of raising and breeding line f6.o0, $7.10. the loss of the shops, and in the hope hogs and cattle. Some of their recent Horace Love sold 955 pounds at J3 60, Elsie May McKaughu, Leslie llerry. Sixth Grade Mary Keil, Mabel Ileav-i- that they may be rebuilt larger and bet sales follow. This list shows that they $6 30, $5.50. D.imicu Lewis, ter than ever. Carrie liallman, cover a wide territory and that they John Shares sold 945 pounds at $5. 10, Lilah Campbell, Kula Newby, Winnie I have done some driving this winter, good money to $5 80. are bringing a lot of lluckby. partly over paved roads, and partly in this county that would go elsewhere. V. Sturgeon sold S9O pounds at Grade Dessie llrown, Christine mud where two horses could scarcely Breckenridge county is making u name $3, $4 70. Keil, Golda Tabeling, Sarah Fallon, pull a buggy. I hope Hal's advice all over the South for breeders of Geo. Jolly sold 65O pounds at $1.00, ljrle Robertson, James lluckby, W J.J about good roads iu Ilreckeuridge county good cattle, hogs, mules and horses. 5 6. 55 Couch, Jaunita Matheney, Nannie Hall, will set your people to thinking about A boar and bred sow to R. T. Scott, Arthur Driskell sold 395 pounds at Naunetta Wager, Vewell Robinson. the matter until roads will be produced Campbellsburg, Ky., three bred sows 58. tO Fourth Grade Robert Oel.e, Samuel that will he a joy to all your citiens. to C. F. Stlgers, Campbellsburg, Ky., Jolly & Condor sold. S30 pounds at K. Conrad, M. I). Seaton, Sherman Sincerely yours, gilt pig to Kobiusoti Bros., Lubbock, 5l-5. 6 4o. Roberts, Tresa lleavin, Mary Whitehead, S. C. ItATKS, Tex., boar to L. H. Hahn, Lawrence-burg- , Luther Miller sold 1,745 pounds at Ruby Reid, Zulu Worley, Oletha Tabel-ing- , Athens, Ohio. Ky., hoar to Jesse Galloway, $5, 5 So, $4 80. $4 60. Maggie Tabeling Axtel Ky., boar to Will Skillman, & Miugus sold 475 pounds at Hook Moved Saw Mill. Third Grade Catherine Drown, Klngswood, Ky., boar to Tom O'Don-oghu- $4. SO, 5 70. Quiggins, Carrie May Jackson, Hardinsburg, Ky., boar to Tom Miller sold I40 pounds nt $5.40. SifFerry Kemp has moved his saw mill Kennedy & Coukrlght, Harned, Ky Lafe Dejaruette sold 210 pounds at $6. Lucile Kinder, Vera Jolly, Melba Gilliluml to the Shulman tract of land, where he boar to Lyons & Bryant, McQuady, Geo. Drane sold 315 pounds at $7.20, ford, Josie Tabeling, Hugh Carter, bought the timber on 75 acres. This Second Ky., boar to Col 1. J. Gorsuch, $3.20, $7. Lodlburg and the timber Ky., boar to Paul Wellington, W. I). Miller sold 42O pounds at $3, Regina 1'ophaiu, Ileulah Nation, Irene land is near Carman, Charles D.irst, Arad Scott, is fine. Mr. Kemp Is una of our sucHardinsburg, Ky., boar to W. B. Trull, $5 4". He has just saw mill men. Candler, N. C , boar and three gilts to Horace Lane sold 030 pounds nt $6 20,' Walter Gilliluml, Rosalia Lewis, Mary cessful Lee Reid, Adeliu Keil, Wilbur Tabeling, finished a contract vith the Tell City Wm. Garey, Ufght, Tenn , boar and $6 Charlie Hames Works for over 1.000,000 hame gilt to L N. Johnson, Bartlett, Tenn., U 'N. Watheu sold 7O5 pounds at $5.60, Tillman l'urrow, David Conrad, Lee Hamman, Joe Sanders, Katie Kin- pieces. pair pigs to J. B. Gabbard, Elkatawa, $5 90, 57 i". 7 40, 5J.7. Ky., bred gilt to W. A. Wilson, SpringCornelius Downs sold 933 pounds at der, ltessie Kinder, Mary Simons llishoff, Administrator. Kva May Johinon, Joseph l'allon, field, Tenn , boar and bred gilt to John $3.70, $7. 10, $4 60, 55. First Grade Anna Kliahcth Keith, Horry Norton litis qunlilied its Johnson, Traft'ord, Ala., boar pig to Jas. W. Miller sold 665 pounds at e Forrest Jackson, Genevi Robinson, W. P. Moore, Culleoka, Tenn., boar $4 90, tidin i nistiitt or of Ktinsotn Norton, $4 70 llrown, Frances Martin, Minnie U. Rogers, North Birmingham, pig to C. Clint Adkisson sold 263 pounds at deceased. Leu Carson, Helen llerry. Vera Weed-maAla., boar and bred gilt to S. H. Tom frS, 6, 4 90. Katherine Gcdliug, Jessie Morman, lluson, Lebanon, Tenn,, two sow pigs Cornelius Downs sold I,o60 pounds at Lafayette K'eid, Mike l'opham, Samuel to J. A. Balties, Henderson, Tenn., $5.70, 57. $5. Adams, George F. Crist, Lena Swearus, bred gilt to B. B. Graves, Frankfort, Jas W. Tabor sold 77O pounds at Kv , and a pair of bred gilts to .1 party $6.10, 57.80, $5.70, $6, $4.70, $4.90, Coriue Ramsey, Virginia Downs, Forrest Weatherholt in Western Kentucky, whoe name wo do not now recall; also recently sold Thos. W. Withers sold 5 o pounds nt Born in Franklin Pierce's Time. nine head of cattle to various parties. $9.70. $7. J?5 60, $4 9O. a horse, mule, cow or We have had a many as three or 1) Scott Cart, of Union Star, was born sold 940 pounds at Stinnett J. hog surest, quickfour letters from as many states In 5 10, 55. 54 90. on the same day that Franklin Fierce est, best and most insame day's mall and could have sold Cornelius Downs sold 1,370 pounds at was ducted president of the United many more bred gilts if we were uot $5.9o, $5.70, 510, $7. He was named for Winfk'ld States. 4.8o. expensive way is about sold out on that class of stuff. A. T. Meador sold 1,585 pounds at Scott, and Is very proud of his birthday News an ad. in W. J. Owen & Sons. and of his name sake. Says he Is the 57.70, 59.70, $9, $5.00. today as Gus Smith sold 1,190 pounds at fS, same kind of a Democrat Sells Store House and Dwelling. those grand men. Scott used to be at a power In politics in this county when Boon Kmery sold i,oi5 pounds Alf Taylor sola his dwelling and lie played It. Says hu has retired store house in Custer to Fox Gray for $7.60, $6, J6.IO, $7.30. 1650 Circulation G. D. Matthews sold 1,390 pounds at from the game, but Is still a true blue Two $2,000, alto a pair of mules. 8250 Readers Democrat. young mules to Orval Dennett for $130. $6.20, $3.90, $6.10, $6,6o. The closing sale at the Breckenridge Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse at Hardinsburg last Friday, was the best sale of the season as to prices. Fifty-si- x thousand pounds sold at prices ranging from $1.20 to 816.10. Trashes were in demand and brought from $2 to i$ more than former prices. Leaf gained Eev eral points and all records were broken. The quality of the offerings were very poor, especially the low grades. The quality seemed to have no effect on the price, as it was low grades the buyers wanted and they went after them in a lively way. The sales for Hie season rounded out about lOO.IMJO pound-!- , and brought to the farmers $"."i,000 in cash. The growers are making no complaints, and seem to be well satisfied with the loose leaf way. Preparations There must be a good reason for this. It is because alum was found to be unheal thful. Royal Baking Powder is made of cream of contains a alum POWDER llreck-enridg- n, 55-6- 4. e, Co-re- Grade--llernardi- Isa-dor- If You $5-0- Want to the SELL with The f5-3- $7-5- WANT COLUMN" HARDINSBURG AVOID MISTAKES plans for witty School J uuujr la Day on "Fame Is n vapor, popularity nnnccl kid There are many dent, riches takes u it)Ks; those who cheer today will curse tomorrow; only ney remedies on the market today, hut ooe thlug endures Character." none so wcll.rccommcudcd iti this viclti ity as Doan's Kidney Pills, Read the statement of a resident of Hartford. Henry Nail, liveryman, Hartford, Ky., Mrt. Harney Squires has returned to her home In Cloverport after n visit to says: "I hail pains in my back nnd in my sides Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills her daughter, Mrs. Robert Hendrick. They did me advertised, I used a box Percy Heard and daughter, Miss a world of good. I recommend Doan's Mary I'ranklln Heard, nave both been Kidney Pills to anyone suffering from sick. kidney trouble " Fiscal Court held its regular session Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't last week. simply ask for a kidney remedy get Mr. Hohelm, of Louisville, attended Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Co., Props the last tobacco sale of this season at Nail had. lluffalo, N. Y. the Loose Leaf house Friday. Foster-Milburii Haptlst church Sunday morning and evening. The Irvington Hardware and Imple raent Co. have sold two Ford's; one 10 Win. Kendall, of Webster, Hnd one to Mr, Samuels, a traveling man. The Amoh Club will meet with Fair leigh Ilerndon on Saturday afternoon at 2:30. Mrs. W. J. Piggott left Monday for Atlanta, Ga., to attend the Missionary Council. Will you be there? Rev. J. C. Woodward preached nt the ft r.vci cApcucu lu Prince Albert will show you the ar eal road to smoke-jo- y M& $9. The Junior Mission Hand will meet at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon with Miss Ruby Haynes Hook pre siding. Mrs. Adele Connld will entertain the Irvington Woman's Equal Rights As of Misses Ruby Haynes and Elizabeth Moorman Hook Saturday, the occasion Tablets Immediately after supper, and bting in honor of Ruby Haynes' fourAttorney Claud Mercer is at home see II you do not rest much better. teenth biithduy. from i business trip to Lexington. The young people enjoyed a pleasant Obtainable everywhere. evening at the manse Friday. A beauV. C. Moorman and Hob Robertson, tiful musical program was rendered. of Glen Dean, were in town Friday. IRVINGTON. Miss Margaret ConnilT returned from for H. F. Herbsrt Hall, Louisville Saturday. She has been the Heard & Co,, has gone to Detroit, guest of Mrs. Hridwell at the Court-land- t. Mich., to attend an automobile school Miss Kula Nealtis spent in for a mouth. Hrandeuburg. Mrs. A. H. Suter, of Worthville, arSupt J. W. Trent was in Custer last Dr. Ruby, a veterinary surgeon of rived Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. T. week looking after his interests on his Guston, was in towu N Mrs. J. T. Johnson McGlothlan. farm. Misses lvvelyn and Nell Hramlette met her in Louisville. Mrs. Lear, after being the gi'ust of spent the week end with .Miss Evelyn Mrs. Robert Johnson for several days, Gross, of Hewleyville J.R. Wimp, of Holtsvllle, Cal., will left Friday morning. Miss Nannie Cowley and Mrs Lon arrive the 10th to visit friends and adjust some business natters. Mrs. Nora Hoard, of Irvington, was Cowley have been visiting relatives book-keep- little baby girl, Emma Frances, Miss Lottie Handy spent Sunday near has come to the home of Mr. and Mrs Irvington with her mother, Mrs. Slpes Herbert Hook. Hud Pate has sold his arm near Mrs. John Monarch, of Kirk, was the Clover Creek. It Is reported that he guest part of last week of her sister, will probably move West. Mrs. T. J. Hook. Garrett Vessels, Sr., ot Rhodella, Insomnia. was in town on business last week. Indigestion nearly always disturbs Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Cootucs, of Lou isvillc, are the guests of relatives I., the the sleep more or less, nnd is often the cause of insomnia. Kat a light supcounty. Latis Lucas has sold his lot of to per with little if any meat, and no milk; also take one of Chamberlain's bacco to Hen Clarkson. A sociatlon Friday afternoon. G. O Ualley sold a mule to W. C Jolly, of Hewleyville, for $150. The Higgs House, on Walnut street, has been treated to a new coat of paint The High School girls are enjoying basket ball. Miss Helen Hoard, Jack Hoard and K. J. Keynoldi TobiccoC . CopTrtgMiiiibr Harold Henderson wire dinner guests mits men to smoke all they want without getting a sore tongue, without any comeback but real tobacco enjoyment ! The patented process by which Prince Albert is made (and controlled exclusively by us) fixes that and cuts out bite and parch I was create PRINCE ALBERTnever made to before tobacco where it existed It perI Fringe Al the national joy smoke comes right to your taste fair and square I And it will do for you what it has done for thousands of men make pipe or cigarette smolung the cheerful-e-st of your pleasures! Prince Albert it to be hod What we tell you about Prince everywhere tobacco is sold in toppyred bast, Set tidy red Albert is a fact that will prove out tint, lOct handsome pound and tin humidors to your satisfaction just as quickly and in that ctatty pound cryttaUglatt humidor with as you lay in a stock and fire-u- p I top that half-poun- d sponge-moitten- in town Saturday. Mrs. Rachel Dejarnette, Mrs. Fred Bberly and daughter, of Louisville, nr rived last Friday night and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Dejar nette. Mrs. Hberly is just recovering from an operation for appendecitis. Miss Mina I'ate entered the Normal Monday. Mrs. Percy Heard has returned from a visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs 1) S. Richardson, in Union Star. Miss Arrie Pate will be the guest cf her sister, Mrs. Herbert Hall during Mr. Hall's absence. at West Point. Fred Sadenwater was in Louisville Mrs. A. H. McGlothlan has returned Thursday. from Louisville where she has been the guest of Mrs. J. C. Younger. Why Constipation Injures. Dick Albert, ot Cincinnati, was the The bowels are the natural sewerage dinner guest of 12. H. Shelman Thurs system of the body. When they beday come obstructed by constipation :i part A Hubert Piggott writes interestingly of the poisonous matter which they about the Government irrigation scheme should carry off is absorbed into the in Montana, which is redeeming .'150,000 system, making you feel dull and acres of land Hubert is one of the stupid, anil interfering with the di electrical engineers who has been on gestion and assimilation of iood the job for two years. Ha is located at This condition is quickly relieved by To keeps the tobacco in such fine thape alwayt f R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- H. C. On lie rererie side of tliii tidy red tin yon will read: "Proccs Patented J air 30th, 1907," which hn made three men amokt pipe i where one smoked before I L BEATS i POETRY O rt API fi at M i mi m PT mm I Fort Shaw. The churches are Chamberlain's Tablets. in everywhere. Obtainabl the Average Man the Material Comforts Count Most. YOU WOMEN WHO KNOW VALUES For the average person, unblessed with riches, it is the material comforts of life that count. That "we want but little here below" is a truism, but to be without that little is keenest hard ship. A good meal is not poetical, but the honest declaration, "I caneat a hearty MOULD come and inspect the goods we are showing for Spring you will do yourself a favor by so doing because they are uncommon values that will save you money. It's not possible in an advertise better. Of all the ailments that afflict 'hu ment to make you fully realize their importance to you. You must see mamty, chronic dyspeps a probably is meal. without discomfort," has a better sound to the average man than the best line ever penned by jioet. It is after lontf loss that the materia tilings, when won back, seem so much the goods themselves. If you know values, you will appriciate the value giving power of this store. WI ARI SHOWING a most beautiful line of wasli materials for Spring and Sumijier garments. Come, see and make comparison. THIS new models of MADAME GRACE CORSETS will improve the lit and looks of the new dress. OUR showing of new things could be desired. in Silk Hosiery comprises everything that EVERY DEPARTMENT of this store is now ready with a delightful showing of NEW TH INGS. Our stock is now complete and ready Its causes and the most common. characterizations are man'. Skilled specialists have been unable to cope with this almost universal malady, In combination but Mother Mature, with skill and chemistry, has com pounded in her exhaustible laboratory a marvelous remedy for this trouble. The symptoms of this common dis ease, which is only a forerunner of more complicated maladies, are many. Uelchlnt; after meals, frequent nau sea, pains in the region of the stomach, and a tired feeline;, are only a few of the Indications. Dyspeptics become listless, then morbid, are mel ancholy over trlval things, have whimsical ideas, besides physical sullerintfs, and with appetite cone, sleep fitful, dizzy spells and irequent nausea, life hardly seems worth living. Tanlac was designed to check this distressing condition, and to restore a healthy, normal appetite, brine good, restful sleep, and banish that tired, nervous feeling In short, to restore the stomach to the habit of doing a full day's work and doing it well. Tanlac, the Ideal reconstructive tonic, is being especially introduced in Cloverport at Wedding's Drug Store, where the Tanlac man explains Its merits nnd the results that can be ex pected from Its use. Black Knight, registery No. 20,111, is a big black Jack, white points, 151 hands high, big bone and foot. He is one of the famous Kentucky mammoth Jacks. Plenty of colts to show. The ubovo Jack will make rho present season at my farm 2 miles East of Stepliensport and Union Star Road, and will bo permitted to servo mares at $8.00. Each season duo when colt is foaled or when maro is parted with. Lien retained on colt until season is paid. Not responsible in case of accident. A. V. WHITWORTH, Owner Farmers f Dealers in Tobacco Ship Your Tobacco to the Old Reliable Louisville H ouse where overy hogshead of Tobacco is carefully looked after and sold for its full market value and returns promptly'niado GLOVER & DURRETT, L. T. Managers for your inspection. best, WE EMPHASIZE strongly the fact that the values offered in every line and at every price are, as always, the very Durocs Bring Top Prices. Masoy sold recently the fo'- G. I owing parties some fine duroc jersey hogs: One May gilt to James Flood, Har L0GSD0N, Ass't. Mngr. B. F. BEARD & CO. Hardinsburg, Kentucky dinsburg, $35. PorfaMeGreen-Houses.Hot-besash and Silos Two May gilts to Mrs. L,. D. Addl- son, Addison, $.7.5. sow to J. K. Har One four year-ol- d ii5i din, Roberta, Ky., $5. ?p5SS2 Wave KUler delivered six pigs last MJM Puttie They were five week to lloard Bros. CYPRESS GREEN-HOUSMATERIAL months and 111 days old out of a litter CJ) AND TANKS of 14 pigs and averaged 187 pounds; price $9.20 per hundred pounds. They I T LUMBER & 133a were thoroughbred durocs of the May MILL WORK 4&I LOUISYlLLBSim sey breeding. d ALFRED STRUCK CO. E f II II 1L HSHSrI ''Send for Catalogue. rmmm Many a man who marries money is never seen in public with it. Live Local Agent Wanted.1 WINS BLUE-RIBBON o1cz3oez51 Sheffield, ioi ioi n 3lfo1(ior3irc IOC lltJoc3cnopfo1 Little Miss Virginia . We Again Offer the Services of the Famous of Chicago, Wins Prize in Better Babies Contest Held in That City Recently. i ' tin nun w gu)bi uwi mill uitvii v "u y iiw Kof nfI oiiiinf tinrttiil knltlft j uthn received blue ribbons at the close of the Better Rallies contest held by the Child Welfare Association in Chicago, i( where 4,000 babies competed, contains the name of little Miss Virginia Shef ' Held, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. : Sheffield, of that cltv. well known by r many Cloverport people, as Mrs. Shef field formerly lived here. Miss Campbell, one of the judges uf the contest, said that Virginia was the best mentally of ail tho babies. She stood tho tests of a four year child and several eight year tests. Sho Is two years and ten months. Knowing all 9 the colors, being able to discern tho ollcziorr5l( !!( 101 iocrzz)fc iqi hoe ioi difference in weights, even to the dlf-- " ference of three grains, and able to ' tell the difference In lines up to tho NEB'S SALE point where they were the same. 0 JHLL ' These tests were considered very B 9 trying, which few could go through m Breckinridge Circuit Court, Kentucky, llreckinridgc Circuit Court, Kentucky IBs correctly. Little Virginia passed Dora 11. .Miller. Admrx , l'lf Equity Equity ijva A Stone, Plaintiff, without a miss. No. Against ! No. Against Wade' Pile, ct. al., Defendant J 3G93. Wilbur Stone, ct. al., lift. J 3754. Safe Medicine for Children. lly virtue of a Judgment and Order of Hy virtue of a Judgment and Order of I H "Is it safeV is the first question to Sale of Itreckinridge Circuit Court, bale ot llreckinridge (.lrcuil lourt, in the be considered when buying cough rendered at February Icrm thereof. rendered at February Term, 1916, hereinmm. cause, for the sale of tile lol6. ill the above cause, for the sale of above medicine for children. Chamberlain's the hereinafter described real estate, and after described real estate, and all costs .V. Cough Remedy has long been a favor- all costs herein, I shall proceed to offer for herein, I shall proceed to offer for sale at fK courthouse door in Harding the courthouse door in Ilardinsburg, to ite with mothers of young children as sale at the & burg, to the highest bidder, at public the highest bidder, at public auction, 011 it contains no opium or'othcr narcotic, auction, on Monday, the 24th day ol April, 191 G, and may be given to a child as confiMonday, the 24th day of April, 1916, at one o'clock p. 111 , or thereabout (beRegistery No. 3433. dently as to an adult. It is pleasant to at one o'clock p 111 , or thereabout (be ing county court day), upon a credit six : take, too, which is of great importance ing county court day), upon a ctedit six and twelve months, the following dewhen a medicine must be given to and twelve months, the following de- scribed property, St "Several tracts pud parts of tracts of young children. This remedy Is most scribed property, land lying 111 Ilreckinrnlge county, Ky Une town lot in tue town 01 constat! in relieving coughs, colds and effectual and Hough tine, Breckinridge county, Kv., and , on the waters of rsorth croup. Obtainable everywhere. known as the Mary J Hoskinson prop I Creek and beginning at the corner to N. Sierty, containing 19 acres, exempt one T Mercer's line, and containing 42."; The fore acres more or less, and being the same half of acre for schoolhouse. ft" going named land was deeded to H C. land conveyed to George I) Glasscock, SAMPLE deceased, by the following parties and Stone by George Heyser and wife dated December 26, 1S9I, and deeds, all of saiil deeds being recorded in recorded in deed book 5O, at page S92 llreckiuridge County Court Clerk's OfRoeco Bennett was here Sunday thereof, in the llreckinridgc County fice as follows: William Taylor to said Mrs. Mvna Shellman was here and Court Clerk's Office. Also: v One tract George D Glasscock by deed dated ypent the week end at Sample. Mr, of laud lying in llreckinridgc county, November 2nd, I867, and recorded in and Mrs. Shellman returned home Sun Ky , ne.ir the village of Constantino, be- deed book 27, page 191 and 192; Zach-aria- h Green and wife to said Glasscock ing the same conveyed to said parties of ARLINGTON DAR I is a bav stallion, star, bind ankles white; sire day night. the first p.'irt by I.. S. Hoard and Ida bv deed dated July .")th, 1866, and Highland Dare No. 1534, she by Arlington Denmark No. 26 and he bv Mainbrv- The Girl's Club met at Miss Delia Hoard, his wife, containing 18 acres and recorded i:i deed book V, pag- - 216, and 1 iu juies im.siiimi vn uceueu iu 11. Zach Green to said Glasscock by deed mm no v Wellman's Saturday. uenmtrk. 1 his horse is :i strong individual and a bold going fellow with C Stone by Horace Hicks and Hannah dated Marcli the 12th, 1892, and recordigi Mrs. W. II. Jolly is improving fast Hicks, his wife, by deed dated Marcli ed in deed book 40, page 141; William jji plenty of size and finish. and L. A. Stinnett has moved to his, new 21, 1S98, and recorded in deed book 50, J. Owen deed Hell Green to said Glass- Is? dated April 16, 1881, and page 293 thereof, in the County Court cock by home on the A. V. Wheeler place Also: A certain tract or recorded in deed book 35, page 525; and Clerk's Office Mrs. Albert McKaughan visited here town lots, being and lying in the town Fannie Coke to said G asscock by deed of Constautiue, llreckinridgc county, dated November 5th, 881, and recorded Saturday and Sunday. Ky., known as the Randolph patent in deed book 36. pane 600; R A GlassOwen Hasham was here Sunday the This land was deeded to II. C Stone by cock to said Glasscock by deed dated ft! John A. Prewitt and Lizzie K. Prewitt, October 4U1, 1889, and recorded in deed guest of Mits Alma Roberts. his wife, by deed dated the 3rd of De - ibook 43, page 213; Daniel Hicks and A. E. Adkins returned home Satur cetnber, 1S9.), and recorded in deed others to said Glasscock by deed dated day from Irvington. book 5o, at page 293 thereof, in the November 13, 1882, and recorded in deed 11. Sheffer to said Miss Irene Weedman was the guest Breckinridge County Court Clerk's Of- book 60, page 161: A. lice. Out of the above boundaries there G asscock hy deed dated April 14th, of Miss Shellman Sunday. lias been convex ed by H C. Stone and 1904, and recorded in deed book 60, page his wife, by deed of the 3I of March, 162. There is a right of way reserved J. H. Weedman has been very ill. UVUIC lVO, IU HUIlCfl I. . JlYCIl, Uy UCCU.UUU lUIIJ SCI JU1UI 111 UCCU SB J. H. Miller & Son are feeding a fine recorded in deed book 59, at page 7:J D. Glasscock and wife to J II. Hart by St b.nnch of hogs for the market. dated Marcli 1st, 18S!), but not thereof, the following described prop- deed "A certain house and lot, recorded at this dat , but referred to for S. B. Laslie & Son have just received erty, being and lying in the town of Constau- more particular description for said right Pronounced by expert Judges at Breckinridge Fair for the past three years the a new line of shoes. tiue, Breckinridge county, Kentucky, ot way, and being inherited by grantors, Fred Miller was the guest of Guy and bounded as follows: Beginning at a as widow, children and heirs of George U best Jack in the county and won the blue tie over all competing. corner of Wilson and Randolph's corner. D. Glasscock, Said property was deedGibson Saturday, running witli said line N. V. 27J3 teet ed to Milton Miller and Frank Dellaveu G to Noah Hick's line, thence witli his by deed dated July 29th, 19I0, by Mary One way to relieve habitual constiline S. W. tl, feet to the corner of the J Glasscock, executrix, and others by These two animals will be found at my stable one mile east of Bewleyville, pation Is to take regularly a mild lax- Hoskins lot, thence with said line S. H. deed recorded in deed book 60, page on the Louisville and Mardinsburir road and will be permitted to serve mares at: Mt ative. Dunn's Reirulats are recom I83 feet to a stone, thence 15. 30 feet to a 183, thereof iu the Breckinridge County said Office, S. 19 feet a 25c a box at stone, thence to a stoneto in stone, thence Court Clerk's dated and 21st Frank Ocmended for this purpose day of by deed the straight line W. 5o feet Dare $10.00 for colts that stand up and suckle. .all drug stores. with Hoskins' corner, thence 7ol. feet tober, 1910, conveyed to Milton Miller to the Constautiue and Ilardinsburg his undivided interest iu said Independence $10.00 for colts that stand up and suckle. road, thence with said road gS feet to jointly owned property by deed recorded ft! LODIBURG the beginning, this house and lot being 111 deed book 6i, page 292 thereof, 111 the a part of the same conveyed by John Breckinridge County Court Clerk's OfPrewitt and Elizabeth, his wife, on the fice " Thanking you for past patronage and hoping to merit a continuance of same, The purchaser, with approved surety Mrs. Lula Dutschke, of Louisville, is 3rd day of December, 1895, to II C. execute bond, Clerk's Uiiice visiting Mrs. August Dutschke, who is btone and recorded 111 book SO pagers at or securities, must from the day of bear" ing legal interest sale Ilardinsburg, in deed I am, verv respectfully, jjjjj very low at this writing. llie purcliaser, witli approved surety until paid, ami having the force and ef: to Lien retained Mrs. George Cox was called to the or securities, must execute bond, bear fect of a Judgment. money. bedside of her sister, Mrs. Joe Bruner, ing legal interest from the day of sale secure payment of purchase until paid, and having the force and ef Bidders will be prepared to comply of Brandenburg, who is very low. fect of a Judgment. Lieu retained to promptly with these terms. Lee Walls, Commissioner. Mrs. H. F. Shelman, of Holt, was secure payment of purchase money. Bidders . mm visiting her aunt, Mrs. August Duts- promntlv will be prepared to comply with these terms. chke, last week. t,ee Walls, Commissioner, Mrs. Mary laue Lrosson, ot union Saxton Dutschke, of Louisville, was Star, visited Mr. and Mrs. Alf Cashman guests of Misses Phoebe and Ermine called to the bedside of his mother, Mrs. last week. STEPHENSPORT Frank Tuesday. August Dutschke, who Is very low. Dr. G. E. Shively is in Louisville this John Prank is repairing his house Arthur Ater and little daughter, He!-le- n week. Bandy, of Irvington, were at the Warren Pureelt moved to his new J. E, Barbee was in Louisville Tues Rev. Russell Wnlker and wife are bedside of their grandmother, Mrs. day on business. home recently vacated by John Neel. In Fordsville. visiting relatives Dutschke, last Sunday. Congratulations are being received Mrs. Chas. Hamman, of Cloverport, by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kennady on the Huett Gibson, who has been attend- was the guest of Mrs. S. A. Bennett McQUADY. ing school at Bowling Green, returned Wednesday, birth of a son, William Hugh, April 2. home Sunday, Carl Hruner, of Garfield, was the Miss Sallie Hines, of Leltchfield, vis Garfield Burden, of Cloverport, was week end guest of his sisters, Mesdames Mr. and Mrs. Burk, of Indiana, are ited relatives here and at Rome, Ind., a Great Sitl? "SEEAKDui.. here Wednesday to .see II. T. Shrews William and Oscar Davis. the guests of Mrs. Burk's parents, Mr. last week. Tha ltrctst nn '.c?!a'T Hons fer lW ix oncers. berry, who is very ill. and Mrs. Paris Barr, this week. Mrs. May Wright and Mrs Waller Miss Henrietta Shively returned from ' -. f- "CITY OF UtlE' O" CUfFAIA" Misses Sudle and Mary Bites, Ode Wilson attended the W. M. U. Con Edgar Compton, of Raymond, went Owensboro Monday where she has beeu Whooberry and Owen Hates were the ference held at Irvington Friday. r Try 2cl Ncv. :CilU7FV ID to Evansvllle last week. studying music. ffi CLEVELA ' .1 . . .v. i-r Lave( i Gideon Hall and daughters, Misses A. M. Hardin was in Louisville last Mrs. A. M. Miller returned to Clover 8 t. . .. . . u CunnMlIgni tt DaTclo for V.iicm i '' '.il. ' ' ' .A. CClwftl ' .! r- week buying goods, port Saturday after u week's visit here Frona and Mary, were the guests of his t" iU tr.,;U.M u . .. I. l.to.T - at i l u' . II If 3 t.A daughter, Mrs. Wm. Day, Tuesday. 3 our ticket fti'cnt for ( Dave Chism, of Crossroads, visited and in Ilardinsburg. i..l:i.J Misses J'hoebe and Krmlne Frank Mrs. Win. I'umphrey, of Cloverport, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Chism, tt - ,if, w II ChnM-- 'v.NDi'n'v - tnmv rj f'gwp "'i",.''v.'"'''',i,i'" "u'"w were In Ilardinsburg Tuesday. was the guest of Mrs. Eliz.i Rollins last last Saturday. Mrs. Oscar Davis and Misj Phoebe The Sunday School at Walnut Grove week. To tho many sufferers of skin ill"caso Frank are on the sick list. Is progressing nicely with Meddow SimMr3. K. C. Atkinson and children, of 1. II. !.. tliu liquid wash, lins hoenmo a mons as superintendent, and Tom Rob Louisville, were the week end guests of household word. They know It la reliable, Mrs. Martha Weatherford and daugh and they can depend on It, they do not ter, Ruth, are visiting relatives at Phil-po- high stage, is rapidly receeding, Mrs. L. II, Hosley was called to F.kron ertson, assistant; Miss Alma Keys, sec- Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Doweil. hekltato to recommend it to their neighThe Chcnault people are again glad last week to see Mrs. Sue Hruner, who retary. bor. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hanks returned remedy It lias proved Itself a remnrknlilo is very ill. for all forms of Kczema. It U n Mrs. James Mattlngly visited her to have Dr. D. S. Sphlre with them on pcrmlcldo that U haruiIeK Meddow Simmons went to Elizabeth-tow- ri Wednesday from u week's visit to rela to tho most Misses Sue and Georgia Frvmire. who Uelleato skin, hut still It U effective and daughter, Miss Lucy Mattlngly, nt Irv- telephone again. have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. G B. last Sunday. tives in Cloverport, iiulelc In action. If you are a sufferer ington Sunday. skin ulcer, pirnMiss Laura Uosley, who has been vis- Hurch In Louisville, have returned. Clyne Robertson, of Louisville, is Rev. J, F, Wluchell, of Ekron, was from scale,ONeascs,orIncluding In any form,lea, Uczema crunt Mrs Scott Cunningham spent Kevera'l remedy will not dltappolut you. It spending the week with his parents, here Friday en route to his appointment f his Btood For earache, toothache, pains, burns, iting In Stephensport, returned home days of last week at Derby, Ind., vislias tho teat and today Is tho master last week accompanied by her sister, iting her son, C. B. Cunningham. at Alton, Ind. r. and Mrs. N. Robertson. preparation for all skin dUcaecs. scalds, sore throat, try Dr. Thomas' o tome in today and ask about our for Mrs. Dick Stepheson and children. Mrs. G. W. Payne and Miss Sallie on D. 1). D. Also about 1). I. V. Eclectic Oil, a splendid remedy For That Cough. emergencies, Torn Stiff, of Mooleyvllle, was In Most disfiguring skin eruptions, Hines were guests of Mrs. F, C. Ferry Boap, that keeps tbo skin healthy. town Friday en route to Cloverport. scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due at Cloverport Wednesday. r,ri5Yer" "I'enslar White Pine and Spruce BalMWm the BUmUx to Impure blood. Burdock Blood BitMrs. Richard Stallman has returned sam" is the cough medicine that stands Mrs. Elizabeth Paulraan, having spent CHENAULT ters 11,1 cleaning blood tonic, is well several months In Ilardinsburg with her home from Louisville with a nice line of in a class by itself, 2Gc at Wedding's recommsndsd. 11,00 at all store. Drug Store, The Ohio river, which has beeu at a j spring goods and Baiter bonnets. sister, returned home Monday. Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. j 1 i M to the Public. EAU CHIEF Fee $12 to Insure a Living Colt. Green Broilers, 1 Falls of i K , SliolfSziOE3E cr3oiz $ ft ft ft Drury WW btock I .ft ft Arlington Dare w 1 t: d ft ft 8 ft w ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft JACK INDEPENDENCE , . ft ft ft ft ( ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft $ a ft ft ft t: $ ft ft ft ft one-ha- lf I ft ft ft ft Arlington ft ft ft CHAS. H. DRURY, FARE :: Irvington, KyJ fjQ $322 hDfiJLY L. BETWEEN ls.BOTEAf.O ae.vn-.oir- I L 1. -- -- . Wash Away Skin Sores ' 1 . k- -.' " ut-f- :' ir t. frunr-nntc- Dn n THE BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS JOHN D. BARRAGE, Tho American pcoplo novor ran away from a difficult problem, or from a well dclincd duty. Tho farmers aro behind their plows moving them pretty lively. Editor and Publisher ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1916 EIGHT PAGES. Business Locals 10c per line and 5c for each additional insertion. ft. t. A. Louisville, Ky. MttllNb Cards of Thanks over 5 lines charged for at the rate of 10c per line. Ohittiaries chafed for at the rate of 5c per line, money in advance. Examine the label on your paper. If it is not correct please notify us. Tickets on Sale APRIL 18, 19, 20, 1916 Return Limit April 25th Jno. D. Babbagc, III. WILSON OK KOOSKVKLT-WIIIU- II? Willi the coniiiifi of tlio Democratic mid Kcpubliean conventions in June to noiniimte ciuididiitcs for the presidency, it is n foregone conclusion that Mr. WiNon will be the choice of the Democratic bearer of the Kepubli-ennparty, and Mr. Koosevolt will be the n ROUND TRIP FARES: From Cloverport f mm n From Addison I 1 6ttHtu man, cunAAAfcuuL oi. m $2.50 I SI n m 11A s. I I U l M&CUftJWUL XMOlt-- Ut COM tyUbAJC. ..ou 4. 0"W so prosperous Never in the liNtory of man Inn this country Fanners are in better condition than they were as it is at Everything produced on the farm is bringing top ever before. price. The factories, mills and railroads are sulTcring with a prosperity never known before, and what is the cauc of it? It is because we have had a safe and sane man at the helm of State to guide the destinies of a great people. Peace and plenty abound in this great country, while and carnage is drenching the old world in blood and if wo had a jingoist in the presidential chair, our green lields of wheat and corn would be turned into lields of desolation nnd sorrow the weeping places of widows and orphans. Patriotism! ThN is a great word to thoso that understand its meaning. To n jingoist, it means to get others into a light while ho joins the Sinkhole Brigade while the trouble lasts. The Democratic platform advocates peace and plenty and a full dinner pail, and not war and a loaded rifle. prc-cn- t. 2.30 2.25 2.20 From Stephensport From Hardinsburg DEBT IS A HARD MASTER. THE WAY NOT TO HAVE A DEBT YOU CANNOT PAY IS NOT TO MAKE IT. THE "CAREFUL" MAN NEVER MAKES A DEBT, UNLESS BY DOING SO HE COULD SAFELY SEE A BIGGER "INCOME" THAN "OUTGO." THIS IS HOW HE GROWS A FORTUNE. ARE NOT YOU GOING TO PUT YOUR MONEY IN OUR BANK AND ALSO GROW A FORTUNE? BANK IF M: WOlUArK. A. ft. P. A. S. H. Davis, were In Louisville a few days last week. Miss Nevah Milner, who has been spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. C. M. Aldridge, at McDaniels, returned home Wednesday. Uro. C. C. Carman Is better at this WITH US Total Resources Including Trust Investments $600,000 00 Safe Deposit Boxes For One Dollar Per Year. IN CLOVERPORT. Detroit, Mich., had the greatest that Some time aro home spirit that ever existed in any city. The council was to have now piping placed all over the city and many bids were sent in from outside tirm. There was a few dollars cheaper in a bid from a neighThe Detroit bor city, but the job was given to the home company. Company got the order, became they knew they could rely on their home tirms. Little did wo think wo would have a like experience, but it came to us recently when we received the ordei for the High School Annuals. There was a few dollars in the dillc'tence. Our price was as low as we could make it, but not as low as the city firm. A'idc from the right spirit, one gets better service and satisfaction from having a job done at the nearest ollico. You can see the work as it develops, and have your own taste and ideas carried out in detail. Prof. McCoy is not only pleasing us, but ho is starting the home patronage movement that will never be forgotten by the young people under his intluence. HOME PATRONAGE we heard Ends Life By Taking White Lead years Allan Davis, twenty-siof age, living at 1778 Rolling Avenue, Louisville, died Saturday morning in the City Hospital from tho effects of white lead. Ho drained part of the contents of a pint bottle of the poison at his homo on Friday evening. A physician was called to attend him but it was too late to save him. He was a nephew of Thomas Davis, of Basin Springs, this county. Mr. and Mrs. Davis attended the funeral. x THE BANK OF HARDINSBURG 8 TRUST CO. HARDINSBURG, KY. writing. Miss Mary McCoy spent a few days last week with Misses Carrie and Doshte Haynes. II. V. Dutler Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Butler. The Misses McCoy entertained the following Sunday afternoon: Misses Ruth Fowler, Nevah Milner; Messrs. Lewis Davis, Willis Haynes, Hubert Parks and Milton Bnsham. RECIPE FOR GRAY 8? Rubber Roofing 'Bought before the advance." Write us jg 1 igj ?H Sj S News Ads Pay. Herbert Heard put a little want ad "Cow for Sale." Ho got results on Saturday, selling the cow for to Sherman Haynes, who read his ad. Ho had a number of other inquiries. News "Want Ads" pa. Wants $20,000 Damages. Representative W. Ii. Harvey, of Webster county, has filed suit in Circuit Court of his county against the Paducah for .$20,000 damages for alleged libel. Harvey's suit is based on an editorial which was published in tho on March 15, under the caption, "Iloodlumism in the House." News-Democrat News-Democr- HAIR. for samples and prices, and we will ward same by first mail. for- - jj fSf To hair pint of wntcr add 1 oz. Bay Itum, a small box of Iiarbo Compound, and Vi oz. of glycerine. Apply to tlio hair twice a week until it becomes tho desired shade. Any druggist can put this up or you can mix It at homo at very little cost. Full directions for making' and use come In each box of Barbo Compound. It will gradually darken streaked, faded gray hair, and removes dandruff. It Is excellent for falling hair and will make harsh hair soft and glossy. It will not color the scalp, Is not sticky or greasy, and does not rub off. FORDSVILLE PLANING JAKE WILSON, Manager Incorporated MILL COMPANY FORDSVILLE, KY. M fj Telegram Announces Death of Mr. Sterrett. As tho Breckonridge News goes to press a telegram was received here announcing tho death of Clarenco Sterrett, of Pine BlufI, Arkansas. Mr. Sterrett was formerly from Hawcsvillo, and has quite a number of relatives in this city. If you want to flatter a girl, tease her SHOE PRICES SOARING. Retailers are being notified by manufacturers of big advances on all grades and makes of men's and women's shoes. Scarcity of hides, due to the war, is the chief reason given by the leather men, while the effect of the tariff is blamed in some quarters. Representative A. S. Kreider, president of the National Hoot and Shoo Manufacturers' Association and owner of the A. S. Krider Company, says: "The time has ariived when prices of all materials have reached such heights that the maintenance of present prices and values must Mr. Krider has given out the following necessarily be abandoned." figures to show tho increase in the cost of materials: Calf leather, 20 per cent.; kid leather, 23 per cent.; union and solo leather, 20 per cent.; linings, 25 per cent.; facings and straps, 25 per cent.; and laces, 100 to 200 per cent. Many retailers predict that shoes now costing $4 a pair will cost tho purchaser from 5 to $5.50 noxt September. All other prices will advance in proportion, it is said. We are Packing Coupons That Are Worth Money To You in each 24 and 48-lSacks of any grade of our flour. This is a Profit- sharing offer to our consumers. See the coupons tor a list of Premiums or b. Is p "g ask your grocer about it. LEWISP0RT MILL CO., : Sells Hogs and Tobacco. Paul Wilson, of Irvington, sold Lewisport, Ky. i if 'i 90 head of hogs last week at $9.05, about the hearts she has broken. Ho also sold eight hogsheads of Ambition is what prompts a man to Burloy and dark tobacco at $7.50 do the things he can't instead of those around. he can. THE WORLD'S RICHEST MAN. The world's richest man undoubtedly is the Czar of Russia, of that ho had so much money that nobody could count it. The wealth that is his as controller of the Russian church, including that of the members- of his oxtrcmoly wealthy family would certainly be too great to count, including as it does all tho wealth of Russia, which is estimated at $35,000,000,000. Tho Czai's personal wealth, it is reported, works out at $550,000 a day, and should Russia got down to its last cent tho royal exchequer Nicholas, single handed, could keep the entire Russian army in tho field for several weeks. Most of the Czar's wealth is from landed possessions, of which ho has nearly 150,000,000 acres, three quarters of which is rich timber and yielding big rentals. The other quarter is in rich mining lands. The Czar's state income is about $10,000,000. whom it is said - Wants Home News. Many a man never succeeds because Dear Mr. Babbago: Please find he Is afraid of doing more than his enclosed check for $1 for which share. please send me tho IJrcckenridgo News another year. Wo aro delighted with Oklahoma and our health is much improved, but wo aro still interested in Cloverport and want the homo news. Very respectfully, G. F. Storm, Blackwell, Okla. 1 Subscribe Now BREEDING i 1 We I Pair 1 Mules aged Mule 2 horses u 20 Jersey heifers,, fresh A i i SI I m 1 . LU 11CM1CU 3UUI1 STOCK Chas. H. Drury will This stock must go at once write 8 us your wants want 200 Stock Hogs at Once, 50 to 100 lbs, HARNED. Edd Glasscock and family 1 lett for Kuth, spent Sunday with their daugh. ter and sister, Mrs. James Dasham. Row Paul Shell Powell preached two oxcollont sermons last SunJ. l Mllner, of Madrid, was the day. Ho had a full house both morning and ovoning. His sermons guest of his uncle, P. D. Milner, Friare always good and are worth going to hear. Thoy uro broad and day night. J. M. Butler and family have moved liberal and full of the Christian spirit. from his farm near here Into Bill Payne's property, recently vacated by ' Tlio Ilendorson Route is ono of tho busiest roads in Kentucky. Moa Tate, You have to stop, look and listen to keep out of tho way of their trains. MackQuIeglni and daughter, Mrs. FLAG SALE SATURDAY. Ten million silken Hags were sold all over tho United States Saturday at not less than seven cents each, in an cll'ort to commemorate that day, King Albert's birthday, for tho purpose of raising for tho Helgian relief. Tho minimum price, seven cents, is the cost of ono day's maintenance of a person. The commission of Relief in Belgium received through Mrs. Win. Cununinsis Story, president general of tho American Revolution, which organized tho Hag day, a cablo messago from Elizabeth, Queen of Belgians, expressing her appreciation of tho plan. R ELGIN Kowlint,' Green Friday, where they will make their future home. Miss Maye Pile is visiting relatives In Owensboro this week. Mack Quli'elns, of Madrid, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. S. sf. Crumc, place his BEARD BROS., Hardinsburg, Ky. Louisville Tobacco Buyers. wiro tobacco dealers of Louisville, attended tho Looso Leaf sales at Hardinsburg Friday. Thoy woro L. .1. Govin, of Goviu Hros., and J. A. Hubbard. Thoy bought sovoral baskets of tobacco, L. T. Logsdon, of tho Louisville House, was ulso present. Ho is always a welcome visitor to our county. When a girl turns a fellow down jt a bitter disappointment to her pride "' be doesn't take to drink. Is If breeding stock i Tuesday night. Mrs. Hosa Watts and little sons, Willard U. and Lesle 11., are visitlne her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tucker, in Owensboro. Dutch Fowler and daughter, Miss Bourke Cochran and AMM0NS. Rev. H. J. Blackburn filled his regular appointment at this place Sunday. Miss Minnie Bennett, of Union Star, was the guest of relatives here Thursday, Miss Cecil L. Gedling was at home Sunday for a visit. v Miss Edna Payne is able to be outj(,f again after a severe spell of sickness. Mrs. W. C. Dutschke sold a road wagon last week to Rice Pool. Mr. Hardin, of Lodlburg, and Miss Mary Robinson, of Union Star, attend. ed church at this place Sunday. ' TvVo livo Jack Ben At Cloverport, Kentucky for the season of 1916. Frank Carter In Charge. he Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, APR. a -- 1 12, 1910 t .... .a r ml nl.. it.. t as second class matter. n n .. . ADVERTISING . DY nan-.- -. " THE W YORK AND CHICAGO RANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES ATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS GENERAL OFFICES Haven. Courtney Habbagc, of Louisville spent the week end here the guest of relatives. H. Y. V. U. will be led Sunday even ing bv group 3, Miss Anna M. Kramer rs leader. Miss Lucv Hall was the guest of Mr and Mrs. Ramond Marshall at It.twes vllle Sunday. Mrs. S. R. Herry and tlaug. ter, MUs Lucile Herry, were In Louisville Thurs day shopping. Orval Bennett, of Custer, and Karl Bennett, of Irvington, were at Ilurdfns-burt- f .spring! ilS and I W . 8l r ts. I NTnAcIvertlers HERE! 1 aong with it wlien you want iiilvcriwnicnt i.lmw notify tlm rdltor discontinued. I New Dress Goods ADVERTISE Your Poultry, Stock and Eggs In this Column ONE CENT PER WORD Fop Easter Voiles, Marquette, Crepe DeChine, ;! Tub Silks, Taffetas. : tor tor Por Precinct nml city Offices For County Offices 15.00 James Skitlman. State and District Offices. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fisher, of Ulen 10 Calls, per Hue 10 Dean, were guests lust week ot Mr. ami Cards, per line Mrs. A. R. Fisher. All Publications in the inter- Mrs. Fred Whltehouse left Thursday est of individuals or" expression 10 for Henderson where she will be the of individual views per line guest of relatives, Mrs. Mary Miller returned Saturduy on Train Schedule from a visit to relatives at Ilard'usburg week. Mrs. Morgun Fountaine has returned $ 2.50 $6.00 to Holt after being the guest of Mrs. all the latest, newest and best to be had in the millinery line at jsj Wante- d- 10 Good Men Ten from men f r factory WANTED mo (olnvC lllnkerwnti. NllUork !! nth ft., Alton, III. Wanted Farm Hand. WANTED A farniliiind with small family. .1. K. Clurkson, Irvlnitton. Ky. Bees stunts of linlliin liees In POU HAt.B-T- wo 1 Unit working condition. V. (I. HiiulHijri. $ & fit -- ...f ftft nnt r&inin Nr rN Wl kblllllU I 1.1 mr nr nmixr nnnnn N Nr h WH 1 1 U U 1 1 1 11 I L. Miss Evelyn Hicks' For Sale UUUUU Dean, Ky. For Sale Ancona r.jjjjs liiitclitnc 1i FOH SALE Anrona veg for Harlow, (lieu Hubert Vfet 1.00.-.M- rs. I Flaxons, Swiss and Lawns & & ; I. .V. M jgj W: jThe L, H. & St, L. R'y. 19, 1915. OilSA. ,.I0:1fl A. Mc M M M M M M Effective September EAST ROUND No. 142 will leave Cloverport.... Arrlvlnc. Irvlnctnn Arriving Uiulivlllo. No. 144 will leave Clovcrport Arriving Irvlneton ....... Airlvlnu .oulsvlllo No. 140wllllenvoCIovertiort. Arriving IrvlnRton . ... WEST HOUND . . 4:M 5:4(1 . 12:10 1'. I I'. 7:40 l'. 5:07 A. 5:31 A. M ; i No. 141 will leave Clovcrport Arriving uwraiuwu Arriving Henderson Arriving Evansvlllo Arriving St. Loul. No. 143 will leave Cloverport..- -. Arriving iiiiwutvinu Arriving Owtnsboro No. 145 will leave Cloverport ... A lln flwpnShorO........ Arrlvlnc Henderson- Arriving Evansvlllo Arriving St. Louis No. 14T will leave Clovcrport Arriving Owensboro Arriving Henderson....... .. 13:04 T. M. M. li:58 1:23 I. M. .... 7:40 l'.M. ... 7:00 P.M. .... 7:30 1'. M. .... 8:18 . M. 11:51 P. M. ....12:58 A.M. 1:48 A.M. .... 2:15 A. M. .... 7:40 A.M. 0:30 A. M. 7:40 A.M. 0:00 A.M. ... l. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS vAbdut People who Live in Cloverport, Those who Travel and Those who Live in Other Towns and Cities. Church and Society Notes Included. E. E. Clark week. is in Hawesville this Allan Pierce left last week for Chester, N. C. LOU- m u'."-'- " iuia. u tT CaitMru returned from isville Monday. -- " Israel Holder took a load of cattle to Louisville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McCracken were in Tell City Sunday. C. W. Dean, of Glen Dean, was in Louisville Monday. OV. B. Head made a business trip to Louisville Wednesday. John Brown, of Owensboro, was here Saturday on business. Norris Roberts and Earl Bonier ielt Monday for Pittsburg. The Friday Club will meet this week with Miss Jeanette Burn. ""Francis Allen, of Louisville, was at home last week for a few days. ' Philo D. Hawkina, of Stephensport, was here on business last week. milFor the latest ideas of high-clalinery call on Mrs. J. N. Cordrey. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sawyer were in Louisville several days last week. Mrs. Arthur Daugherty and children returned from Louisville last week. Mrs. Chas. Hamman was in Stephensport Thursday the guest of friends. J. M. Craig, of Vanzant, was here Tuesday and renewed his subscription. Mrs. John Flood, of. Hardlnsburg, spent last week here the guests of relatives. Miss Mattie Black, of Addison, was here Friday the guest of Miss Lucy Hall. Geo. Board, of Irviugton, made a flying trip to Washington, D. C, last ss and Stephensport. Mrs. Nancy Tyler is spending a few weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Also a trimmer of ex- - W I. T. Smith, of FordsUlle. mi perience and talent Forrest Claycomb and James Kurtz returned from Florida last week. They spent a delightful winter. Mrs. Ernest Weatherholt and Mrs. Mary Mosby, of Toblnsport; spent Fri called to see him. They hove returned day here visiting relatives. to their home. Mrs. Leslie Plank and Mrs. Clyde Joe Simmons, who went to Louisville Morrison were in Owensboro Monday to work, returned owing to nn attack of rheumatism. He and Mrs. Simmons to attend the spring festival. Mrs. Milt Mutheney nnd daughters, are at the home of his father, Charlie Misses Theodosia and Lottie, were in Simmons, and is reported better. Miss Elsie Lamb, from Patesville, is Louisville one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Brown, of Mvstic, staying with Mrs. W. H. Greenwell are visiting relatives in Stephensport. during her husband's absence. Mrs. Dora Stinnett, from the counMr. Brown is in poor health, try, was a visitor at the home of Mrs. Miss Eula McCracken spent last week at Cincinnati, the guest of tier parents, Greenwell last week. Miss Ella Mattinglv, of Louisville, is Mr. and Mrs. S. H. McCracken. Miss Amelia Gerber, of Cannelton, is visiting relatives in Cloverport. Mrs. Garfield Burden is at McQuady the guest of tier sister, Mrs. Charles with her father, Mr. Shrewsberry, who Hambleton and Mr. Hambleton. Wilbur Gregory, of Louisville stopped is ill. Friday, April 7th, Robert Andrew Here last week on his way home from a Daugherty was three vears old. The visit to Yewell Holder, at St. Louis. Mrs. G. W. Payne, of Stephensport, anniversary of his birth was celebrated spent several days here last week the nt the Sutterlield home cn Saturday. The attractive feature was a birthday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ferry. cake iced and decorated with animal The Wednesday Club will not be en crackers standing. In the center were tertaiued this afternoon Dy Miss Irene three candles. The little ones had a Jarboe on account of Illness in the tain- - good time. iiy. The Pastor's Aid mentioned in last Mrs. .Mary Ryan returned to her week's issue of the Breckenridge News, home in Louisville Tuesday, after being was organized in full on Sunday, April the guest oi Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Weath- 2, with an enrollment of fifteen, and erholt. other names to be added. The officers Mrs. D W. Kitchen has returned to elected were: President, Miss Lena her home at Hopktnsville after being May; vice president, Miss Charlotte the gutst of her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Allen; secretary, Miss Cecil Hall; treas Wood and Mr. Wood. Miss Louurer. Miss Ruth Lamb Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Harper and little ise Whitehead are leaders for next daughter, arrived Monday from Cam- meeting. den, Tenn., for a visit to their parents, No Secrets Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gregory. Miss Rose Cofer, of the firm of David about "Penslar White Pine and Spruce Baird & Co., Louisville, arrived MonBalsam." The formula of this great day to assist Miss Evelyn Hicks in the cougli medicine is on every bottle. 25c millinery business this season. at Wedding's Drug Store. growth of our business The constant fully demonstrates our ability and enLouisville Stock Market. deavor to serve. We appreciate your patronage. Mrs. J. N. Cordrey. The total receipts of cattle at the Loeb Trent, of Dyer, was at the Louisville yards Monday was about as county seat last week. Mr. Trent is anticipated, the market being fully one of the successful farmers of that steady. The top price In the steer di section. He is feeding 100 head of hogs vision was $8.62J. Best handy weight for the June market. butchers ware scarce and sold readily Miss Mildred D. Babbage left for at strong prices, but the medium and Louisville this morning to see Mr. and the common were unchanged. The hog market dropped a dime on Mrs. William G. Polk, who are there on their way to Cincinnati to spend sev- the heavy end, but held steady on other eral days before coming to Cloverport. weights. Choice corn fed hogs, $9.50; pigs, $0.'!) and $7.50; roughs, $S 5O down. riggs. COIt Wlitu Wwin- nt il a settlmr. Mls Mary dotte Manning, Clienaiilt, Ky. For Sale ijj Wi Don't overlook the 10c Val and Torchon Laces. BIG VALUE FDR A "NE pood horse, Cloverport. Ky. For Sale vears old, work Apply to Dr. K. C. McDonald. 1! e. DIME A BOLT . 2'. A Nice Modern Home. 'IYI1 Very desirable location! everything nuw. Apply lit oncu toO. Wethlngton. City, Ind. or rent on hill West school polt SALE cood cistern, garden ofand house.; J. ffit g C. NOLTE & BRO. r- For Sale Large and Small Farms COlt SALE- - A number of large and small farms! f.0 to I'iOii acres each. For partlcu. Ii.ru toll.. IV... A I.'.. "' in ll....llt..t..l. or .lames I). St'aton, Cloverport, Ky. ' w -i n;i:i)i)nnT , vy L,II T V 1 I iv IV I . Dr. Jesse Baucum Permanent Telephone 56-- J Dentist Cloverport, Ky. V. G. BABBAGE Attorney-at-La- Real Estate Sold and KxchaiiRed, Deeds, Contracts, Ktc, Prepared and acknowledged. Cloverport, Kentucky More than half the cars you see are "Fords." Over a million Ford cars are today, rendering efficient, eco- nomical service under all kind of conditions. 500,000 will he built and sold this year. Low prices place it within your reach. Touring Car $440; Runabout $390; Coupelet $590; Town Car $640; Seday $740 f. o. h. Detroit. On in use Specialist on RHEUMATISM and INDIGESTION Treats Chronic Diseases. By Mall Also Loulsvllee, Ky. 462 5th St. Ollice Hours: G DR. B. T. RAFFERTY to 9 a. m, 1 2 lo 2 an 6 lo 9 p. m FOR display and sale by H. L. STADER, Agent Cumb. Telephone No. 6 SALE! Hardlnsburg nnd Leitchfield road, two miles from Hardinsburg and one mile from Harned, known as. the Jas. K. Kennedy farm. For further particulars apply to Cloverport, :: Kentucky UKKEa KJUtf COS klrf. WV0dlrTlfnr FARM of 92 Acres on BOURBON DARE McGAVOCKDAVIS. Mr. and Sirs. Leon McGavock announce tbe engagement of their daughter, Miss Virginia Ireland McGavock, When a fellow tells a girl he loves and Mr. R. Perry Davis, of Warsaw, Ky. The wedding will be solemnized her for all he is worth, she naturally wants to know how much he is worth. at the Methodist church in May. The best price of the year for spring lambs was recorded at the sheep and lamb pens, when a few spring lambs sold at $17 per hundred pounds. ' Best lambs bringing butcher lambs, 79c; best fat sheep, U&GjflKc Bank of & Hardinsburg Trust Co. Kentucky. years-ol- d BOURBON DARE is a saddle and lmnie.--s stallion, and ?'i hands hirh; black with white star. lie is 7- H 9j7jc; Hardinsburg, Graduated linely formed; weight about 1100 lbs. Ho i a lino breeder. His colts jo the raits; thoy are lino size. Better see him and his colts before breeding elsewhere; colts lino color. ijj PEDIGREE: From State. Miss Judith Kllcn Beard, the iitttactivo dutijrhtur of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Beard, of Ilardins l)ii rr, is to bo sjraduutcd from tho State University Juno I. Miss Heard has been nropannf; herself for a teacher, and has accepted a position in tlio Central City High . School for tho term of 1910-17- week. Ballard Wilson, of Glen Dean, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Meador Sunday. Mrs. Orfilo DeHaven was the guest Monday of Itching piles provoke profanity but profanity won't, remove them. Doan's Ointment is recommended for itching, bleeding or protruding piles. 50c at any drug store. Hourbon Daro is by Hourko Cochran No. 21.18; he by Chester Daro No. 10; ho by HlucU Squirrel No. 58; 1st dam Mabel Denmark No. 2019: she by Denmark Chief No. 08:3; Hourbon Dare's 1st dam Lady Ly.ter, by Crabb's Hourbon Denmark No. 550, 2nd dam Daisy Dean by Old Stranger. will make- the eaon of litlli at my barn at Union Star, Ky. Will serve mares at $8.00 for colt that stand and suckle. Accidents at owner's risk. Colts stand good for This hoto - Mr.and Mrs. Wickliffe Do HILL ITEMS. Talk happiness. The world is sad enough Without your woes. No path is wholly rough; Look for tbe places that are smooth and clear, And speak of those to rest the weary ear, Of earth so hurt by one continuous strain Of human discontent and grief and pain. Ella Wheeler Wilcox. Sam Smith returned to his home at Terre Haute, Ind., after spending a his father, Iulow Smith, week His sister, Mrs. Jesse Isora, accompanied him to Cannelton, Mr. and Mrs, Virgil Ray and children spent several days with his mother, MrsilLonnie Ray. While in town Mr. Ray was so ill that apuyslclan was Something New! That old piece of furniture that has looked so bad so long; possibly it is broken up it makes no difference, bring it or send it to: season. Dr. W. A. Walker DENTIST Hardlnsburg, Kentucky. Penick's Cabinet and Repair Shop Clovcrport, Ky. Special attention given to treatment Ships Hogs. Squire II. G. Vcssolls, of shipped 2ti head of hops to Thoy avLouisvillo Saturday. eraged ahovo 200 pounds. Fry-iniro, HORACE McCOY, Owner, Union, Star, Ky. and prevention of Pyorrhea. The cure of pyorrhea is of vital importance, to prevent its local ravages and we will make it good as new. Lawn Mowers Repaired and Sewing Machines Cleaned, Repaired and Refinished. Work in every Line guaranteed to give satisfaction We are alio Headquarter! lor The Mothers' Club will not meet this week with Mrs. Bowcn, on account of the death of her uncle. X and systemic invasion. Office Open Day and Night wh land-own- Probably tho most extensive girl in Missouri U Mabel Dale, fourteen-year-ol- Seed Corn from best liar Corn we could find in Indiana last year. Abo Johnson County White and Iowa Gold Mine Yellow at $2 per bushel; five bushels at $1 75 per bushel. Also several fine Poland China Hoars and Uoar 1'lgs and one registered Gilt and tour nice Vgs. W. J. OWEN & Farmers Interest! SONS, "1 I a d Yale, SINGER SEWING MACHINES who has OWct ur Bank of Hardlnsburg A Trull Co. Come to see Us Repairs lor tame kept In etock land near Carthage Just purchased 730 for $65,000. Olcla., lass acres of Hardinsburg, Ky. A poor corn crop can be Increased In value by caring for the fodder. For "All the News" Read "The News" I THE nblo to throw light on tho situation. 1 confess tli.it I nm troubled." A steward was politely accosting tho ant was not given to persiflage. "Shall we send a wireless to Blithers congratulating him on his coup?" Inquired tho princo gayly. "No," said the count. "Congratulating ourselves on his coup li hotter." "Good! And you might add that we also arc trusting to luck. It may glvo him Fomethlng to think about. And now where Is Hobbs?" Fald royalty. "Here, sir," said Hohbs, appearing In the bedroom door. "Thank you. Iloblw. Yon may order luncheon for us In the Rltz restaurant. The lio.id waiter hns lieen trio. I I I PRINCE OF GRAU STARK I Dy GEORGE Author o( BARR M'CUTCIII-O- "Graustark," "Beverly ol firaustark," Elc. Cop) right. WU, by Ootid. .Mead and Company purser's." "Bring It to my stateroom, Totten," said It. Schmidt briefly, and tho old man hurried nway on tho heels of tho messenger. Tho two young men sauntered care-- , lessly In an opposite direction and soon disappeared from tho deck. A few minutes later Totten entered tho luxurious parlor of It. Schmidt and laid nn unopened wireless message on tho tablo nt tho young man's elbow. "Open It, Totten." Tho old man silt tbo cnvelopo and glanced nt tho contents. IIo nodded his head In nnswer to nn unspoken question. "Sold?" asked It. Schmidt. "Paris and Berlin, both of them, prince. Every bond has been gobbled up." "Does ho mental tho namo of tho buyer." "Only by tho use of tho personal "I beg pardon, Is this Mr. Totton7" "Yes." "Mcssago for you, sir, at tho even more perfect stranger. "I am sorry wo lost thoso rooms on tho Snlnmmbo," said tho younger of "I had them his two companions. positively engaged, money paid down." "Some ono elso carno along with more money. Dank," observed K. "Wo ought to bo thankful Schmidt. that wo received anything at all. Has It occurred to you that this boat isn't crowded ?" "Not moro than half full," said tho older man. "All of tho others appeared to bo packed from hold to funnel. This must bo an unpopular boat." "I don't know where we'd be, however, if Mr. Blithers hadn't thought of CHAPTER VIII. On Board the Jupiter. pronoun. Ho says: 'I havo taken over GRAY day at sea. Tho decks tho Paris and Berlin holdings. All is of the Jupiter were wet with woll.' It is signed 'B.' Sol Now wo the almost Invisible drizzle that know." filled tho air, yet they were It. Schmidt Indulged in a wry llttlo swarming with the busy pedestrians smile. "It amounts to nearly $20,000,-00who never lose nn opportunity to let count. That's a great deal of every ono know that they are on money to spend in tho pursuit of an r New York was twenty-fouboard. Idlo whim." hours astern, and the brief Sunday "Humph!" grunted the old count, Bcrvlco had come to a peaceful end. nnd then favored tho sunny faced Threo tall, interesting looking men princo with a singularly sharp glanco. stood leaning ngalnst tho starboard "Of courso you understand his game?" rail of tho promenade deck, unmindful "Perfectly. It's as clear as day. Ho of tho mist, watching tho scurrying intends to bo tho crown fathcr-In-law- . throng of exerciso fiends. Two wero I supposo ho will expect Graustark to young, tho third was old, and of tho establish an Order of Royal Grandfathreo there was ono who merited tho thers." second glanco that Invariably was be"It may provo to bo no Jest, Robin," stowed upon him by tho circling said tho count seriously. "My dear Qulnnox, don't look so Ho stood between tho gaunt soldier- sad," cried tho princo. "Ho may havo ly old man with tho flerco mustncho and tho trim, military young man with ono that was closo cropped and smart. Each woro a bluo sergo suit and affected a short vlsored cap of the saino material, and each lazily puffed at a very commonplace briar pipe. Tho customary ho gossip and perennial snooper who is always making tho voyage no matter what ship one takes or tho direction ono goes, nosed out tho purser and discovered that tho young man was It. Schmidt of Vienna. Ho was busy thereafter mixing with tho throng, volunteering information that had not been solicited, but which appeared to bo welcome. Especially wero tho young women on board grateful to tho ho gossip when ho accosted them as a perfect stranger to tell them tho namo of another and A pass-ersb- IS mW1 tho Jupiter almost at tho last minute," said It. Schmidt. "Nino day boat, though," growled tho old man. "I don't mind that in tho least. She's a steady old tub, and that's some- thing." "Hobbs tells mo that it is most extraordinary to find tho eastbound Bteamers crowded at this season of tho year," said Dank. "Ho can't understand it at all. Tho crowds go over In Juno and July, nnd by this timo they should bo starting for home. I thought we'd havo no difficulty In getting on any ono of tho big boats, but, by jovc, overywhoro I went they said they wero full up." "It was uncommonly decent of Blithers not coming down to sco us off," said tho elderly man, who was down on tho passenger list as Totten. "I was apprehensive, 'pon my soul. Ho stuck llko a leech up to tho last minute." It. Schmidt was reflecting. "It struck mo as queer that ho had not heard of tho transfer of our securities In London." "I cannot understand Bernstein & Sons selling out nt a timo when tho price of our bonds is considerably below their actual value," said Totten, frowning. "A million pounds Bterllng la what their holdings really repre- "He Is arranging It so that you can't marry without his consent." money enough to buy Graustark, but ho hasn't enough to buy grandchildren that won't grow, you know." Count Qulnnox looked nt tho princo rather pityingly. "It appears to bo his way of pulling tho strings, my boy. IIo has loaned us something liko ?1G 000,000. Wo havo agreed to deposit our public service bonds ns security against tho loan, so that practically equalizes tho situation. It becomes a purely business transaction, but ho sees far ahead. This loan of hia matures at practically tho samo timo that our first series of government bonds aro duo for payment. It will bo extremely difficult for a small country, sented, according to tho dispatches they must havo sold at a loss of nearly 50.000. "We should havo n Marconlgram tonight or tomorrow in regard to tho bid made In I'arls for tho bonds held by tho French syndicate," said Dank, pulling nt lila short mustache. "Mr. Blithers is investigating." "Thuro is something sinister In nil this," wild It. Schmidt. "Who is buying up all of the outstanding bonds, and what Is behind tho movement? London has Bold nil that wero held Uiore, and Paris Is approached oa tho samo day. If Paris and Berlin should Bell, nearly 1,000,000 in Graustark bonds will bo In tho hands of peoplo whoso Identity and motives appear to bo shrouded in tho deepest mystery." 4,000,000 represents tho "And amount of our bonds held by parties," said Totten, with n significant shako of his grlzzlod head. "Tho remainder are In tho possession of our own Institutions and tho pooplo themselves. We should hear from Edelweiss, too, In response to my Perhaps Romano may be en-tir- o out-Bld- o ropean syndicates undoubtedly would bo willing to renow tho loan under a new issue. I think It la called refunding or something of tho sort. But Mr. Blithers will bo In a position to say no to any such arrangement. Ho holds tho whip hand and" "But, my dear count." interrupted tho prince, "what If ho does hold It? Does ho expect to wait ten years exercising his power? You forget that marriage la hia ambition. Isn't ho taking a desperato risk in assuming that I will not marry beforo tho ten years aro up? And, for that matter, hia daughter may dccldo to wed somo other chap who" "That's Just the point," said Qulnnox. "Ho Is arranging It so that you an't marry without his consent." "Tho deuce you say!" "You shall not marry Into tho Blithers family, my lad, If wo can help it," said tho count, pulling nt his mustaches. "1 should say not!" said Dank, feeling for his. "I should ns soon marry a daughter of Hobbs," said R. Schmidt, getting up from hia chulr with restored sprlghtllness. "If ho had ono, I bo-fo- bucIi as Graustark, to ralso nearly f 10,000,000 in, say ten years. Tho Eu- ' I I Instructed to reserve the corner tablo for the whole voyage." In two minutes Hobbs was back with tho Information that two ladles had taken the table and refused to bo dislodged, although tho head waiter had vainly tried to convince them that It was reserved for tho passage by R. Schmidt and party. "I nm quite sure, sir, ho put It to them very hagrccably and politely, but the young lady gave Mm tho ' 'mightiest look I've ever seen on mor-- I tal fice, sir, and ho eamo back to mo so 'umble that I could 'nrdly believe ho was tho 'cad waltor." "I hope ho uas not unncccsarlly pershttcnt." Mai tho prince, annoyed. "It really Is of no conscqucnco where wo alt." "Ladloa first, world without end," eald Dank. "Especially at sea." Twenty minutes later R. Schmidt, seated in tho Rltz restaurant, happened to look fairly Into tho eyes of tho loveliest girl ho had ever seen, and on tho Instant forgave the extraordinary delinquency of the hlth-jcrt- o infallib'o Hobbs. Later on R. Schmidt sat alono In a ' sheltered corner of tho promenado ' deck, where chairs had been secured by tho forehanded Hobbs. Tho thin drlzzlo now nsplred to something moro definite in tho shape of a steady downpour, and tho decks wero almost deserted savo for tho fow who huddled in tho unexposed nooks whero tho sweep nnd swish of tho rain failed to penetrate. There was a faraway look In tho young man's eyes, as of ono who dreams pleasantly with llttlo effort, but excellent effect. His pipe had gone out, so his dream must havo Eight been long nnd uninterrupted. bells sounded. But what is timo to a dreamer? Then camo ono bell and two, nnd now his eyes wero closed. Two women camo and stood over him, but llttlo did they suspect that his dream was of ono of them tho ono with tho lovely eyes nnd tho soft brown hair. They surveyed him, whispering, the ono with a llttlo perplexed frown on her brow, tho other with distinct signs of annoyance in her face. Tho girl was not moro than twenty, her companion qulto old enough to bo her motlwr, a considcrato if not complimentary estimate, for n girl's mother may bo either forty, fifty or even fifty-flvwhen you como to think of It. They wero looking for something. That was qulto clear. And it was deplorably clear that whatever it was R. Schmidt was sitting upon It. They saw that ho was asleep, which mado tho search if not tho actual recovery qulto out of tho question. Tho older woman was on tho point of poking tho sleeper with tho too of her shoe, being a matter of fact sort of person, when tho girl imperatively shook her head nnd frowned upon tho lady in a way to provo that, oven though she was old enough to bo the mother of a girl of twenty, she was by no means tho mother of this one. At that very instant R. Schmidt opened his eyes. It must havo been a kindly poko by tho god of sleep that aroused him so opportunely; but, even so, tho too of a shoo qpuld not have created a graver catastropho than that which immediately befell him. IIo completely lost his head. If ono had suddenly asked what had becomo of it ho couldn't havo told, not for tho Ufo of him. For that matter ho couldn't havo put his finger, so to speak, on any part of his person and proclaimed with conflder-;- o that It to R. Schmidt of Vienna. He was looking directly up Into a pair of dark, startled eyes, In which there was a very pretty confusion nnd a far from impervious blink. "I beg your pardon," said tho older woman without tho faintest traco of embarrassment indeed, with somo asperity "I think you aro occupying ono of our chairs." Ho scrambled out of tho steamer rug and camo to his feet, blushing to tho roots of his hair. "I beg your pardon." ho stammered and found his awkwardness rowarded by an extremely sweet smile In tho eyes of tho ono ho addressed. "Wo woro looking for a letter that I am qulto sure was left In my chair," said she. "A letter?" ho murmured vaguely nnd at onco began to search with his 1 I I o has your namo on It now, so I supposo I shall havo to" "Not nt nil," ho made haste to say. "It Is yours. Thero has been somo miserable mistake. Thcso deck stow-ard- s nro nlways messing tjilngs up. Still, It Is rather a mystery about tho letter. I aBsuro you I saw no- ""No doubt tho stoward who changed tho cards had sufficient Intelligence to remove nil Incriminating evidence," said sho coolly. "We shall find It among the lost, strayed and stolen articles, no doubt. Pray retain tho chair, Mr." She peered nt tho name cnrd-"Schmidt." Ilor cool lnsolcnco succeeded In nettling a nature that was usually most gentle. He spoke with characteristic directness. "Thank you, I shall do so. Wo thereby manago to strike n fair average. I seize your deck chair, you solzo my tablo. Wo are quits." She smiled faintly. "R. Schmidt did not pound young and gentle, but old and hateful. That Is why I seized tho tnblc. I expected to find It. Schmidt a fat old German with very bad manners. Instead, you are neither fat, old nor disagreeable. V'ou took it very nicely, Mr. Schmidt, nnd I nm undone. Won't you permit mo to restore, your tablo to you?" Mr. oyes. down, Blr?" "I am confident that thoro was no began ho and then allowed letter" hia gaze to rest on tho namo card at tho top of tho chair. "This happens to bo my chair, madam," ho went on, pointing to tho card. " 'R. Schmidt. I am very sorry." "Tho Btoward must havo put that card thero whilo you wero at lunch-co- "From her father," volunteered tho elderly one, as if It woro a necessary bit of information. Then sho Jerked tho rug away, and threo pairs of oyc3 examined tho placo whero R. Schmidt had been reclining. "That's odd. Did you happen to sco It when you sat n, mean." "Tho bonds of matrimony and tho bonds of government aro by no means synonymous," said Dank, and felt rather proud of himself when bis companions favored him with a Btaro of amuzement. The excellent lieuten dear. What right has he to sell our chairs over again? I shall report this to tho captain" "I am quite positive that this is my chair, sir," said the girl, a red spot in each cheek. "It was engaged two days ago. I have been occupying it since but It really doesn't matter. It with a most Impatient "Really, my dear, wo woro qulto within our rights In tho head waiter. Ho" "IIo said It was engaged," Interrupted tho young lady. "It. Schmidt was tho namo ho gave, and I Informed him it meant nothing for me. 1 am very so'rry, Mr. Schmidt. I supposo it was all because I am so accustomed to having my own way." "In that caso it la all very easy to understand," said he, "for I havo always longed to bo In a position whero I could havo my own way. I am sure that If I could have It I would be a most overbearing, selfish person." "Wo must inquire at tho office for the letter, dear, beforo" "It may havo dropped behind tho chair," said tho girl. "Right!" cried R. Schmidt, dragging the chair away and pointing In triumph at tho missing letter. IIo stooped to recover tho missive, but sho was quick to forestall him. With a llttlo gasp sho pounced upon It and, llko a child, proceeded to hold It behind her back. IIo stiffened. "I remember that you said It was from your fnther." Sho hesitated an Instant and then held It fortli for his Inspection, rather adroitly concealing tho postmark with her thumb. It was addressed to "Miss B. Guile, S. S. Jupiter, New York City, N. Y.," and typewritten. "It la only fair that wo should bo quits in overy particular," sho said, with a frank smile. "Your Imagination Is superior to that Ho bowed. "A letter of Introducemployed by the author of this book." tion," ho said, "in tho strictest sense prettiest girl In America! Shades of of tho word. You havo already had Venus! Can there bo such a thing on my card thrust upon you, so everything is quite regular. And now it Is earth as a prettier girl than this only right nnd proper that I should ono? Can nature have performed the sco what has becomo of your chairs. impossible? Is America so full of lovely girls that this ono must take Permit me" "Really, Miss Guile," interposed her second place to a daughter of Blithcompanion, "this is quite irregular. 1 ers? I wonder if sho knows tho immay say It is unusual. Pray allow mo perial Maud. I'll mako it a point to Inquire." to suggest" Moved by a sudden restlessness, ho "I think It is onlv richt that Mr. Schmidt should return good for evil," decided that ho was in need of exerinterrupted tho girl gayly. "Please in- cise. After completely circling the quire, Mr. Schmidt. No doubt tho deck deck onco he decided that he did not need tho exercise after all. His walk steward will know." Again the princo bowed, but this had not benefited him in tho least. time there was amusement Instead of Ho returned to his chair. As he turnthis dry, snug corner ho came uncertainty in hia eyes. It waa tho ed intoabrupt stop and stared. Miss first timo that any one had ever to an urged him, even by Inference, to Gullo was sitting in her chair, neatly e sheath of "fetch and carry." Moreover, she waa incased in a mummy-likextremely cool about It, as ono who gray that covered her slim body to exacts much of young men In serge the waist. Sho was qulto alono In her nook, suits and outing caps. Ho found himself wondering what sho would say If and reading. An astonishing intrepho wero to suddenly announco that ho idity Induced him to speak to her aftwas tho Prince of Graustark. The er a lapse of flvo or six minutes, and he thought tickled his fancy, account- bo surprising was tho impulse thatpreing, no doubt, for tho even deeper blurted out his question without amble. bow that ho gave her. "How did you manage to get back "They can't bo very far away," ho observed qulto meekly. "Oh, I say, so quickly?" ho inquired. Sho looked up, and for an Instant steward! Ono moment, hero." A deck Btoward approached with alacrity. thero was something llko alarm In one "What has becomo of Miss Gullo's her lovely eyes, as ofguilty caught In act. tho porpotratlon of a chair?" "I beg your pardon," she said, Tho young man touched his cap and beamed Joyously upon tho fair rather indistinctly. , "I was away less than eight minyoung lady. "Ach! Seo how I havo forgot! It la utes," he declared, and she was conhere! The best placo on tho deck on fronted by a wonderfully frank smllo that never failed to work its charm. any deck. Seo! Two sldo by Bldo abovo tho door, away from tho draft To his surprise, a shy smllo grow In seo, in tho corner, ha, ha! Yes! her eyes, and her "warm red Hps Two by sldo. Tho very best. Mlsa twitched uncertainly. IIo had expectGullo complains of tho draft from tho ed a cold rebuff. "You must havo door. I exchanged tho chairs. Seo! dropped through tho awning?" "Your imagination is superior to that But I forgot to speak. Yes! Seo!" sure enough, thero woro tho employed by tho author of this book," And, chairs of Miss Gullo and her compan- sho said, "and that la saying a good ion snugly stowed away In tho cor- deal. Mr.-M- r." "Schmidt," ho supplied cheerfully. ner, standing at right angles to tho long row that lined tho deck, tho foot "Many I Inquiro what book you aro rests pointed directly at tho chair R. reading?" "You would not bo interested. It la Schmidt had Just vacated, not moro " by an American." away. than a yard and a half "I havo read a great many Ameri"How Btupld!" exclaimed Miss Guile. This is much better. So sorry, can novels," said ho stlfily. "My Mr. Schmidt, to havo disturbed you. father waa an American. Awfully Jolly hooka, most of them." I abhor drafts, don't you?" "I looked you up In tho passenger "Not to the extent that I shall movo out of this ono," he replied gallantly, list a moment ago,' sho said coolly. "now that I've got an undisputed "Your homo Is In Vienna. I llko claim to It. Aro you not going to alt Vienna." Ho was looking rather Intently at down, now that wo'vo captured tho tho book, now partly loworcd. "Isn't disappearing chair?" passenger list you havo con"No," sho Bald, and he fancied ho that tho eaw regrot In her oyes. "I am going cealed in that book?" ho demanded. at Is," sho replied promptly. "You to my room it I can find It. No doubt natural curldty? I will pardon it also is lost. This seems to bo a day wanted to see awhether you woro from for misplacing things." "At any rate, permit mo to thank New York." "May I look at it, please?" you for discoyerlng me, Miss Gullo." She cjosedthe book. "Itlsn't neces- "Ob, I daresay I shall misplace you, too, Mr. Schmidt" She said It so inContinued on page 7 solently that he flushed as he drew Pet birds of this country last year hlmselfup and stepped aside to allow consumed 4,704,625 pounds of bird seed. THE CHAPTER IX. The Prlncs Chats With Miss Guile. elderly lady was tapping tho her to pass. For an Instant their eyes met, and tho sign of tho humblo wa3 not to bo found In tho expression of cither, "Even that will bo something for me to look forward to, Miss Guile," sald he. Far from being vexed, bIio favored him with a faint smllo of was It wonder or admiration? Then sho moved away, followed by tho uneasy lady who was old enough to bo her mother and wasn't. 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"Do possessed by tho curious notion that "Wo say noodles," said he. "I am havo you as snug as a very fond of them. But to resume. I tit down. I'll bnforo you can say Jack ho was being "pumped" by his fair bug In n mi? Indeed, a certain Insis companion. supposed every one In New York knew crept Into hor voice, and Miss Blithers. She's quite tho rags, Robinson. Sco! Now stick 'cm out tent note had I'm told." and I'll wrap It around them. Thero! her eyes wero searching his with an "Indeed? I should think sho might You'ro as neatly dono up as a mummy intentness that had not appeared In be.vMr. Schmidt, with all those lovely and a good deal better off, because them until now. litiwlons behind her." you aro a long way short of being "Havo you seen him?" . Ho smiled Introspectlvoly. "Yes, and 2,000 years old." "Tho prince?" I am told that In splto of them sho Is "How Is your head, Mr. Schmidt?" "Yes. What is ho llko?" New York." tho prettiest girl In sho inquired, with grave concern. "I'vo seen pictures of him," ho Sho appeared to lose Interest In tho "You seem to bo qulto crazy. I hope" "Rather nice looking. equivocated topic. "Oh, Indeed?' "Every ono is a Httlo tut man, uon t should say." "But," he supplemented gracefully, you think, especially In moments ot of course ho is llko all foreign no "It isn't true' " great excitement. I daresay my head blemen and will leap at the Blithers "What Isn't true?" has been turned qulto appreciably, anil millions If ho gets tho chance. 1 "Tho statement that she Is tho pret- I'm glad that you've been kind enough sometimes feel sorry for tho poor tiest girl in New York." to notice It. Where is Mrs. Gaston?" wretches." There was moro scorn "How can you say that when you ad- Ho was vastly exhilarated. than pity in tho way sho said It, how- mit you've never seen her?" Sho regarded him with eyes that overi anj her velvety eyes wero sud- "I can say it with a perfectly clear sparKieu and benou tno unamiame na- - uon. n:irt nnd uncompromising conscience, Miss Guile," said ho and turc or ner repiy. i Ho longed to defend himself, in tho was filled with delight when sho bit "Tho poor lady Is whero sho is not third person, but could not do so for her lip as a sign ot acknowledgment. at all likely to bo annoyed, Mr. very strong and obvious reasons. Ho "Oh, hero comes tho tea!" she cried, Schmidt." allowed himself tho privilege, howwith a strange eagerness in her voice. Then sho took up a magazlno and ever, of declaring that foreign noble"I am so glad." She scrambled grace- coolly began to run through tho pages. men aro not always as black as they fully out of her rug and arose to her Ho waited for a moment, considerably aro painted. And then, for n very exfeet. dashed, and then said, "Oh," In a very cellent reason, ho contrived to change 'Aren't you going to havo some?" ho unfriendly manner. She found her tho subject by asking whero sho was cried. place In tho magazine, assumed a going on tho continent. "Yes," she said qulto pointedly. "In more comfortable position and with "I may go to Vienna," sho said, with my room, Mr. Schmidt." And beforo noteworthy resolution set about reada smllo that served to puzzle rather he could get to his feet sho was mov- ing as if her life depended upon it. than to delight him. Ho was more ing away without so much as a nod or than ever convinced that sho was smllo for him. CHAPTER X. playing with hint. "But pray do not The following day was as unllko its look so gloomy, Mr. Schmidt, I shall A Prince's Heart at Stake. predecessor as black Is llko white. upon your HE prlnco sat down, pulled tho not mako Iany demands During tho night tho smooth gray rug up to his chin and stared tlmo while am thero. You may" pond had been transformed into a "I am qulto suro of that," he out at tho great, heaving bil- rupted, with his ready smile Interturbulent, storm thrashed ocean. "You lows. Suddenly remembering passengers Only tho hardiest of tho conscqucnco injury, ho folt onco moro of see, I am a person of no Ah, well, as another ventured on deck. In Vienna, while you R. Schmidt, being a good sailor and tho back of his head. you will bo hobnobIs an American girl "By Jove!" ho exclaimed. "Thero a hardy young chap, albeit a prlnco bing with tho nobility whllo tho humof royal blood, was abroad early. Ho a lump thero." afar off and marvels "I can't hear you," sho said, allow- ble Schmidt sits of n took two turns about tho deck, and fato that befell at tho kindness ho passed tho spot ho ing the magazlno to drop into her him in each tlmo as tho middle of tho Atlantic lap, but keeping her placo carefully sent a covort glance into tho corner ocean, and yet curses tho fato that whoro Miss Guile's chair was stand- marked with ono of her fingers. you perfectly," ho said. makes him unworthy of tho slightest "I can hear ing. Of courso ho did not expect to American "It'B tho way tho wind blows," sho notlco from tho aforesaid Guile, you, find her thero In weather llko this, girl. For, I daresay, Miss but well, ho looked, and that Is tho explained. "Easily remedied," Bald he. "I'll llko all American girls, aro ready to end to tho argument. were hopelessly movo Into Mrs. Gaston's chair If you leap at titles." Qulnnox and Dank "That really Isn't fair, Mr. Schmidt," bedridden, so to speak. They wore think it will help any." "Do!" she said promptly. "You will sho protested, flushing. "Why should very dlsagreeablo, cross and unpleasover a ant, and somehow ho felt that they not disturb mo In tho least unless you and 1 quarrel to eithercondition of us? hated their cheerful, happy faced you talk." Sho resumed her reading, that cannot npply You aro not n nobleman, and I nm half a page above tho finger tip. prlnco. not a tltlo seeking American girl. So, Ho moved over and arranged himAt last tho young man battled his way down tho deck and soon found self comfortably, snugly in Mrs. Gas- why all this beautiful Irony?" "It only rcmalna for mo to humbly himself in tho well protected corner. ton's chair. Tholr elbows almost met. If A half dozen unoccupied chairs wore Ho was prepared to bo vory patient. beg your pardon and to add that cluttered about, having been aban- For a long tlmo sho continued to you cotno to Vienna my every waking doned by persons who overestimated road, hor warm, rosy check half hour shall bo dovoted to tho pleasuro their hardiness. Ono of tho stoward3 averted, her oyes applied to their task of" "1 am sorry I mentioned It, Mr. was engaged In stacking them up and with Irritating constancy. He did not despair. Somo wlso person onco Schmidt," sho Interrupted coldly. making them fast. 1 shall not Miss Gullo's chair and that of Mrs. had told him that It was only nee "You may rest easy, for Gaston wero stanchly fastened down CBsary to give n woman sufficient keep you awako for a singlo hour. I may not go to Vienna at all." and tholr rugs woro In placo. R. tlmo and Bho would bo tho ono to "I am suro you would llko Vienna," Schmidt experienced an exquisite A few passengers possessed of proud ho said, somowhat chilled by hor sense of pleasure Horo was a perfect exemplification of that much abused sea legs staggered past tho snug cou- - manner. "I havo been thero with my par thing known as circumstantial evi- plo on their ridiculous rounds of tho 1 dence Sho contemplated cpmlng on ship. If thoy thought of Miss Gullo cnts, but It was a long tlmo ago. deck. So ho had his chair put In and R. Schmidt at all It was with tho onco saw tho emperor, and often havo placo, called for his rug, shrugged his scorn that Is usually devoted to youth I seen tho wonderful Prlnco Llchten chin down Into tho collar of his thick at its vory best. Thero could be no stctn." "Havo you traveled extensively In doubt in tho passing mind that theso ulster and sat down to wait. literally was blown Into his two wero Bwoethearts who managed Europe?" She Sho was smiling once more. "I presence Ho sprang to his fcot to to thrlvo on tho smallest of comdon't know what you would consider chock her swift approach beforo sho forts. At last his patlcnco was rowarded. extensively," sho said. "I was educould bo dashed against tho wall or upon tho heap of chairs in tho cornor. Sho lowered tho magazlno and stifled cated in Paris, I havo spent innumor- ablo winters In Rome and qulto as Sho uttered an excited Httlo shriek as a yawn but not a real one "Have you read It?" sho Inquired many summers In Scotland, England, sho camo bang up against him and Switzerland, Gorm- "found his ready arms closing about composedly. "I know who you aro I" ho cried "A part of it," ho said. "Over your her shoulders. out enthusiastically. To his amaze"Oh, goodness!" sho gasped, with Bhoulder." "Is that considered polite in ment a startled expression leaped what little breath sho had loft, and into hor eyes. "You aro traveling unthen began to laugh as sho freed her Vienna?" "If you only know what a bump I'vo der an assumed name" Sho remainself In confusion a vory protty con him fusion, ho recalled later on, after ho got on tho back of my head you ed perfectly still, watchingHps. with "You had rccovored to somo extent from wouldn't be bo ungracious," ho said. an anxious smllo on hor "I couldn't possibly know, could I?" are no other than Miss Baedeker, tho the effects of an exceedingly severe bump on the back of his head. "How Ho leaned forward and Indicated the well known authoress." It seemed to him that she breathed spot on the back of his head, first reawkward!" "Not at all," he proclaimed, retain moving, hli cap. She laughed nerr- - deeplyj . i I ' I like?" "She's supposed to bo very good looking. I'vo never seen her." "How queer to bo asking mo If 1 know her, then. Why do you ask?" "I've heard so much about her lately. She 1b tho daughter of William Blithers, tho great capitalist." un, i Know wno no is," sno exciaim-ed-. "Perfect roodlcs of money, hasn't ho?" "Roodlcs?" "Loads, If It means more to you. 1 forgot that you arc a foreigner. He gave that wonderful ball last week for tho Prlnco of of oh, somo Insignificant placo over In Europe. There are such a lot of queer duchies and principalities, don't you know; It Is quite Impossible to tell one from the other. They don't oven appear on tho maps." Ho took It with a perfectly straight face, though secretly annoyed. "It was tho talk of tho town, that ball, tt mu3t havo cost roodles of money. Oullo frowned reflectively. Tho namo la a familiar Maud Blithers? What Is she Ing a grip on ono of her arms until tho ship showed some signs of resuming Its way eastward Instead of down ward. "I am suro tt must havo hurt dread fully," sho cried. "Nothing hurts worso than a bump. It seemed as though you must havo splintered tho wall." "I havo a singularly hard head," safd ho, and forthwith felt of tho back of It." "Will you please stand ready to ro- colvo boarders? My maid Is follow ing me, poor thing, and I can't afford to havo her smashed to pieces, ncro sho Is!" Quito a pretty maid, with wide, horrified eyes and a palo green complexion came hustling around tho corner, u. Schmidt, albeit a prince, received her with open arms. "Mercl, m'slcurl" sho squealed and added something In muffled French that strangely reminded him of what Hobbs had said In English. Then sho deposited an armful of rugs and magazines at Robin's feet and clutched wildly at a post actually somo ten feet away, but which appeared to bo coming toward hor with obliging swiftness," bo nicely was tho deck rotating for her. "Mon dleul Mon ously,"and dloul" "You may go back to bed, Marie," cried her mistress In somo hasto. "But zo rug, I feex It," groaned tho unhappy maid, and then onco more, "Mercl, m'sleur!" Sho clung to tho arm ho extended and tried bravely to smllo her thanks. "Here! Go In through this door," he said, bracing tho door open with his elbow. "You'll bo all right In a Httlo while. Keep your nerve." Ho closed tho door after her and turned to tho amused Miss Gullo. "Well, It's an 111 wind that blows no good," ho said enigmatically, and sho flushed under tho steady smllo In his eyes. "Allow mo to nrrango your rug for you. thciTgcntfy rubbed her fingers over tho thick hair. Thero Is a dreadful lump!" sho ex claimed. "Oh, how sorry I am. Dodo you feel faint or or I mean, la It very painful?" "Not now," ho replied, replacing his cap and favoring her with his most engaging smile. Sho smiled In response, betraying not tho slightest sign of embarrass ment. "Am I to regard you as a hero?" "If you will bo so kind, pleaso." Sho laughed outright at this. "I think I rather like you, Mr. Schmidt," sho said, with unexpected candor. 'Oh, I fancy I'm not at all bad," said ho, aftor a momentary staro of aston ishment. "I am especially good in rough weather," ho went on, trying to forget that ho was a prince of tho royal blood, a rather difficult matter when ono stops to consider he was not In tho habit of hearing peoplo scy that they rather liked him. "Do your friends come from Vienna?" sho Inquired abruptly. "Yes," ho said, and then saved his face as usual by adding under his breath, "but they don't llvo thero." It was not In him to llo outright; benco tho handy way of nppeaslng his conscience. "They aro very Interesting looking men, especially tho younger. I cannot remember when I havo seen a moro attractive man." "Ho Is a splendid chap," exclaimed Robin, with genuine enthusiasm. "I am very fond of Dank." Sho was silent for a moment. Something had failed, and she was rather glad of it. "Do you llko New York?" sho asked. "Immensely. I met a great many delightful peoplo there, Miss Gullo. You say you do not know tho Blithers family? Mr. Blithers Is a raro old bird." "fn that caso my pseudonym should -not Guile," Bhe cried merm i rily. The dimples played In her checks, and her eyes wero Janclng. "B. stands for Baedeker, I'm suro. m Baedeker Guide. If tho B. Isn't for Baedeker, what Is It for?" W pays tor a Mill Diploma V5.UU book- "Aro you asking what tho B really M keeping or Shorthand Course, TIME UNLIMI- stands for, Mr. Schmidt?" "In a roundabout way, Miss Gullo," M TED, if you enroll at once. Write today for cata- ho admitted. "My namo Is Bcdella," she said, log and .vU.UU discount coupon No. 5b. with absoluto sincerity. "Mo mlthcr Address Is Irish, d'yo sco?" "By Jove, It's worth a lot of troublo to get you to smllo llko that," he j II. O. KEESLING, cried admiringly. "It Is tho first real ly honest smllo you've displayed. It BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE you knew how It Improves you you'd 3 Incorporated bo doing it all of tho tlmo." At this Juncture tho mlserablo j Louisville, Kentucky Hobbs hovo into sight, not figurative ly, but literally. Ho camo surging across tho deck In a mad dash from one haven to another, or, moro accu rately, from post to post. "I bog your pardon, sir," ho gasped, finally steadying himself on wide spread legs. "Thero Is a wireless for Mr. Totten, sir, but when I took it to Mm ho Bald to fetch It to you, being unablo to hold up 'Is head." IN THE Robin read It through, and at the end whistled softly. "Take It to Mr. Totten, Hobbs, and Sunday-School- s sco If It will not serve to mako him hold up his head a little" "Very good, sir. I hopo It will. Wouldn't It bo wlso for mo to who It Is from, sir, to sort of prepare him for" You own it to yourself and your State to nitond Suwliiy School "He knows who It Is from, Hobbs, on Muy 7th. If you fi rid thcio any jjood for yotir-ol- f, or any so you needn't worry. It Is from opportunity to do yood for iuioiIrt, lii'comc n permiitiPiit memhome. If It will Interest you, Hobbs." "Thank you, sir: It does Interest ber. me I thought It might bo from Mr. KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION Blithers." Robin's scowl sent him scuttling tret i inxfinimvuczi 0T2CVXXX5S3wn 7v&uxjcrj3azxcniih3rar&mx4x&rvixi t away a great deal more rigidly than when ho came "Idiot!" muttered the young man, still scowling. There was Bllencc botwecn tho two a for a few Kcionds. Then' she spoke disinterestedly: Kindly u.--e this blank in renewing; your subscription. "Is It from the Mr. Blithers who l'leuc examine the label on your paper. If your sii!cription has tho millions and the daughter i who wants to marry a prlnco?" due, tho Kditor will appreciate payment. "Merely a business transaction. Miss Gullo," ho said absently. He was thinking of Romano's message "So It would appear." "I beg pardon? I was er thlnk- TIIK IiUKCIvICXHIDGK XKWS, tng- "Ci.ovi:i:i'onr, Ivy., "It was of no consequence, Mr, Schmidt," sho said airily. Knulo.cd lind $ , which apply to my subHo picked up tho thread onco more, scription account. a matter of fact, I've heard It "As said that Miss Blithers refused to marry tho prince" Xamk "Is it posslblo?" with Cno Irony, "Is ho such a dreadful person as all bo Guide, 20 TSIow President ONE MILLION PEOPLE of Kentucky han-noun- co May 7, 1916 in. that?" "I'm suro I don't know," murmur ed Robin uncomfortably. "Ho may bo no moro dreadful than sho." "Well, I hopo sho doesn't marry him." said Miss Gullo. "So do I," said R. Schmidt, and their eyes met. Aftor a moment sho looked away, her first surrender to AnmtKss rpw.vy.iM:tfi.gw):iiyiiB JSEBEXiFIEXSjf . T tho mysterious something that lay deep in his. Suddenly, and without reason, she appeared to bo bored. As a matter of fact, sho hid an Incipient yawn be hind her Bmall gloved hand. "I think I shall go to my room Will you kindly unwrap me, Mr. Schmidt?" Ho promptly obeyed, and then assisted her to her feet, steadying her against tho roll of tho vessel. "I shall pray for continuous rough weather," ho announced, with as gal lant a bow as could bo mado under tho circumstances. "Thank you," sho said, and ho was pleased to take It that sho was hot thanking him for n physical service, A few minutes later he was In his own room, and sho was In hers, and TAYLOR Irvfrgtcn, Ky. ...PERMANENT... DENTIST Office Hours: f ; S:'';,, Always In otllce during It lllce hours for a soldier to hear. It really was qulto appalling." "He's better now," said Hobbs, more respectfully than was his wont. It was evident that ho had sustained quite a shock. "Well, what do you think of it?" demanded tho prince, pointing to tho message. "Of all m '.MES n1 HERBAL BALM LIFE WORTH WHILE M .j .vt,tr . SKBN SUFFERERS tho confounded denco" began tho count healthily, and then uttered a mighty groan ot Impotence. It was clear that ho could not do Justlco to the occasion. Robin picked up tho Marconlgram and calmly smoothed out the crinkles. Then ho read It aloud, very slowly and with cxtremo disgust in his fine young face. It was a lengthy communication from Daron Romano, tho prlmo minister In Edelweiss: Preliminary nsrecment signed before hearing Dllthera had bought London. Paris, Berlin. Ho cables his tmmcdlato visit to G. Object now appears clear. All newspapers In Europe print dispatches from America that marrlago Is practically arranged between II. and M. Interviews with nilthcrs corroborato reported engagement Kuropo Is amused. Editorials sarcastic. Prices of our securities ndvanco two points on confirmation ot Wo aro bowlldcred. Also vasuo rumor they havo clopod, but denied by H. Dawsbcrsen silent. What docs It nil mean? Wlro truth to mo. People nre uneasy. Gourou will meet you In Paris. In tho adjoining suit Miss Gullo was shaking Mrs. Gaston out of a lmpu- - will have to admit the fact that tha s wire wonderfully successful in down skin diseases contagious anil . Iiitv. i,c, in tin i r tribe. A study of tha among the Arapaltocs by UodgQ m a . t .at the tribe used a balsam, obtained ' a the tros in that icinity or brought to . fr m the coast Indians, uhich produced . ' r.rl results in what is known ns scabies r mil and also weeping eczema, D'ICX.MA. i! . i ingredient in it and its results havo : n wonderful. Irv th's wonderful new herbal skin balm. ' '.. 1 ilX.MA to Eczuna; to old running lo I g ulcers; to ringworm, piles, to i. all blctnisl'cs and eruptions of the skin. It No skin disease can llvq .ri i.s .m.l h.als. .hero U'liXMA is used. a are the only druggists in this towq 'ran whom D'HX.MA, the great herbal balm, Lc tiiurcd. Ask us today. Pni !i Wedding's Drug Store, Cloverport, Ky. LOCUST HILL , r. Mrs Joe Walker and daughter, Miss Delplm, of Kiugswooil, were the guests of Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Davis Wednesday night. lSdtl Glasscock antl family left Wed nesday for IUmliug Green, where they will make their future home. long courted nnd much needed sleep. Mrs. Jack Dyer and baby are the Tho poor lady sat up and blinked guests of her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Abe eyed feebly at tho oxcltcd, starry llruuer, at Garfield last week. girl. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Tucker were the "Wake up!" cried nedolla Impatiently. "What do you think? I havo guests of Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. lllair Mr, and Mrs. Mvurett Carman, of a porfectly wondorful suHpIclon perfectly wonderful." Mook, were the guests of his aunt, Mrs, "How can you bo so unfeeling?" Daisy lltttler, Wednesday night. moaned tho limp lady. Our merchant, R. Davis, has purchased "This It. Schmidt Is Trlnco Itobtn a gosoliue mill ami placed it near his of GnuiHtark!" cried the girl oxclt-odlas suro store reatly to do grinding for the people. "I am sure of ust y. It-J- II S shall pray for continuous rough weather." the promonado deck wa3 as barren as tho desort of Sahara. Ho found Count Qulnnox stretched out upon his bed, attended not only by Hobbs, but also tho reanimated Dank. Tho crumpled messago lay on tho floor. "I'm glad you waited awhllo," Bald tho young lloutonant, getting up from tho trunk on which ho had been Bitting. "If you had come any sooner youwouldhave. beard words fit only "I as can he." Mrs. Gaston's eyes woro popping, not with amazement, but nlarm. "Do llo down, child," sho whimpered. "Mario! Tho sleeping powders at onco! Do" "Oh, I'm not mad," cried tho girl. "Now listen to mo, and I'll toll you why I bellovo yes, actually bellovo him to bo tho" "Mario do you hear mo?" Mls3 Gullo shook hor vigorously. "Wakoupl It Isn't a nightmare. Now listen! " To be Continued Spring. Spring is looked upon by many as the most delightful season of the year, but this cannot be said of tho rheumatic. The cold and damp weather brings on rheumatic pains which are anything but pleasant. They can be relieved, however, by applying Chamberlain's Liniment. Obtainable everywhere. Deep plowing is necessary to the best results for many reasons, but chiefly as a consetver of moisture." a good dinner with Mrs. Tom Gregory Monday W. F. Chelf Is confined to his room with a severe case of asthma. Mrs. Chelf Is alto In a serious condition. ledge will be A Modern Woodman organized at this place soon. Miss Cola Horseley has returned home, after a week's visit with her sister, Mrs Willis Franks. y Our milliners, Mrs. Vernle and Miss Ellla Coleman, are very busy getting ready for.thc openMat-tingl- make a buying I rrom as well as a building out-buildin- rroriti .1 can enable you to do this, as I buy in large quantities and have a laree stock to select from. Are you going to build,;rpaint or repair your dwelling, barn or If not, then . e .1. .. P use. J. if men you win neeu some .t ou are not interested; ir so, J tilings or me partial f enumerated. ... . . I S elow: ings. Carelessness Results in Failure. wc say "Feed It. A. Hog Powder according to di rections." DO NOT FEED IT SLOPPY, but mix It with just enough water to make a crumbly mass. Then each hog gets a beneficial dose. See full direcYour money back if tions on package. you are not satisfied. For sale at Wed. ding's Drug Store. Framing and Finishing Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, Mouldings, Doors, Sash, Porch Columns, Screen Doors and Wire Cloth, Building Hardware, Laths, Plaster, Lime and Cement, Mill Work of All Kinds. Washington Red Cedar Shingles, Metal and Rubber Roofing, Gutter Pipe and Fittings, Pumps, Building and Sheeting Paper, Electric Lamps, Wire and Batteries. That is why Thomas THE BEST PAINT, VARNISH, AND INTERIOR FINISHES Lubricating Machinery Oils, Greases and Gasoline. Mill, Auto and Bicycle Supplies, Pipe and Fittings. If you don't see it advertised, I've got it or will get it for'you on short order. Your business, large or small, solicited and appreciated. hLooklV m won't hurt me! BIG SPRING I cause they're made with Calu- and that's why they're met pure, tempting, tasty, whole- jome that's why they won't RtcciroJ HliLct' AwattJs Kiw C.ii Bui FrirSit That's be-- M I J S!IT mi XMw NOT MEySlflfWl J. It. Carter spent several days last week in Louisville buying goods. Mrs. C. B. Witt has returned from a ten days visit to her father, Jacob Vogt, and sister at Jeffersontown. Miss Mary Eleanor Scott spent several days last week with her aunt, Mrs. Laddie Scott, in Stith's Valley, II. S Clarkson was home a few days last week. J. W. Moorman returned home Wed Sauitorium, nesday from Martinsville where he had been for two weeks being treated for rheumatism. Dr. Witt returned from Louisville Marion Weatherholt, week to see Miss Louisa Ritchie. She was taken to Louisville Tuesday for an performed Dr. Wilmouth operation. the operation, which was a success. General Contractor Cloverport, Ky. Service Strength T Experience 1 Administrator's Notice. Breckinridge Circuit Court. Two Plaintiffs. States Hank, Etc., Assignee, Vs. Notice. Friday. A Cheap andbig canBakingPowdersdonot it'sPure save you money. and far superior to sour milk and soda. Mrs. E. Miss Xelma, returned home Thursday the estate of The Two States Hank are from Owensboro, having spent the win required to present them duly Droven ter with her son, Dr. Strother and Mrs. to the undersigned on or before May 1, l!)i(i. at its place of business in HarStrother. dlnsburg, Ky. News was received last week of the The Hank ot Hardlnsburg & Trust Company, Special Commissioner. marriage of Charlie Crider, of Fairfax, Mo. Charlie was one of our home boys. Jim Ritchie was in Louisville last RUN. v eek . Mrs Kaelin, of Louisville, was called to see her sister, Miss Louisa Ritchie. W. E. Henninger, traveling salesman I) McCans, of Louisville, spent for Wahking & Sons, was here last week. last week here with relatives. Charles Smart was in Louisville on Drs. Miller and Montgomery, of Vine firove, Dr Ilaxter, of Guston, and Dr. business last week. D. Wilmouth, of Louisville, were Allen Waggoner traded for a fine pair called in consultation with Dr. Witt last of mules from Joe Elder. J. M. Crawford. Etc., Defendants. Strother and daughter, All persons having claims against reckinridge-Ban- k CLOVERPORT, of Cloverport KY. HUES Cnrniiin rinnnnin onrl ln.nnfmnntn u(ijimi, ouipiuo, uojjuono aim iiivcoiiiiuiiid Pnnitnl fcOOft HAH f( puou,UUU.Uw BOARS t Mrs. Adelia Wythe lias returned to her home after spending the winter in Irvington with T. R. Illythe and family Misses Anna and Alma liasham were guests of Mrs. Juda Clnpiu Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Hendrickson were in Cloverport Thursday. Mrs. Charlie May and little daughters, of Cloverport, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I'elix Heavin. Sunday school is progressing nicely, with J. H. Illythe superintendent and Samuel Hendrickson secretary. Mrs. Rohert Thurman has been visiting her daughfer, Mrs. Alton Mattingly. L. II Keeves, traveling salesman for & Co , was J. M Robeitson-Norton FOR SALE DUROC JERSEY I Four March and April Boars, weight from 250 to 350 lbs., $30 to $40 each the best 1 ever bred. 6 Fall boar pigs large enough for service $17.50 each, all good and out of my best sows must be sold at once. 2 May gilts bred to farrow in April and May $25 each. Yearling gilts all sold. GARFIELD. Johnnie Meailor was here from Ulg Sprint; Wednesday trying to buy a span of mules. Grover Gregory was the week-enguest of his fathor, V. T. Gregory. Tom Gray is conllned to his bed with neuralgia. Mrs. V. V. Smith and Miss Pearl Hulle Mattingly were guests of Mrs. Tom Gregory Tuesday. The snow storm did considerable damage to farmers in tearing up the canvas on their plant beds. (Juite a number will have to buy new cloth and recover tbsir beds. May 7 Is Let everyone plan to ga that day and keep it up, at least, through the summer months. Our olllcers and teachers have been faithful through the winter months iir.d we owe it to them, as well as uurselve.i, to attend this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Robert l'ool were delighted to have as their guestsSundaj : H.itus Kennedy and family, Launle Pool and wife; Mrs. Melvin Adams and daughter and Mr. aud Mrs Tom Tool. Mr. Ahram Unwell is spending sev- Irvington Breeding Stables dr. p. w. FOOTE Ky. Irvington, Too much blow, mid too little truth tires the public and no attention is paid Mich advertisements Here is the high record made by my Stallions and .Jacks in the two crops of colts that have come and I challenge the county to beat it, and here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Waggoner were the guests of her parents, Mr aud Mrs h. C. l'ayne, Hardiusburg, last week. J. C. Elder was in Hardiusburg Thurs-day- . A new organ has recently been purchased for the Baptist church at this place. Mr aim Mrs. Allen Elder, of I.ogaus-por- t, luil., are spending their vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erank following the admonition of St. Paul the proof is herein made. G. Pete Spurrlejj, Saturday. of F. MAYSEY 1 HARDINSBURG, KY., Comanche Chief The Petcheron Stallion, "Comanche Chief" No. GIUIG, is a Dark Iron Gray, (5 yeirs old, weight 1700 pounds. A mag. nilicent hoie, his colts being the best proof. While but few of them have yet been uttered for sale, I will mention the uf a pair of his 1 months old fillies to Mr. C. D. Ilard-awaGuston, Ky., for .'JO.OO cash. No mean prico in a year of bad crops aud tL'ht money. Fee 12.50. pur-oha.- se y, Route No. 2. McDANIELS. Eveleigh, was here Walker. A Spoonful Gives Results. The Prime Minister "The Prime Minister," Chestnut Stallion, 4 years old, hand?. 15 eral days with Mrs. George Gilpin at Irvington. Misses Ina Nicholas and Ella Dowell visited Mrs. Frank Word Thursday. When the primary teacher asked one of her pupils in Sunday school what was said of a certain man named Aeneas, who lived at I.ydila, his answer was: He was sick in bed eight years with consumption. Miss Anna .Mildred Smith spent the week-en- d at huino with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hell, of Irving, ton spent Saturday and Sunday with D. II. Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. Houston LaGrand en tertained Sunday In honur of the birth day of their daughter. Miss Lucy. Those who were invited were I.Grand't Sunday school class mates. Jim Harrison made a business trip to last week. Walter Hrowr. visited his wife and baby, Mary Leigh, in Hardlnsburg Sunday. Stockings and Stripe. A natural saddle horse and invariable transmits the gaits. I will give a written guarantee that a colt from him will show saddle gaits boforo it is a month old, matters not what its mother is. Fee $10.00. Black Sampson Mo-it ' "Black Sampson," the big bono Taxpayer-Starligh- t Jack. of his mules are the big bone, heavy body kind, but the one bred, owned aud exhibited by Mr. Alexander Moycr, Hig Spring, ICy., nt my 1915 colt show at Howloyvillo revealed a type never scon here before "the Muck Sampson type." The scales and tape mu'isuro scored this colt as follows: Weight, 500 pounds; height, 52 inches; girth, 51 inches; arms, 18 inches, ears, ii" inches, age, 11!) days. 1 will piy 125.00 i for a maro mule, 1 months or under, that i sound and all right in every way, that surpasses this colt in weight and measurements. ea-.l- When your young chicks do not grow The M. W. A. met in regular session II, A. anil thrive they need a tonic. here Saturday, April 8. Kemedy is not only a Thomas' Poultry Mark Nottingham, of Falls of Kough, tonic but a specific for Dowel Trouble, Gapes, and other chick troubles. Get it was in town Friday. Quarterly meeting of the'M. E. today. We sell it on money back plan. Church, South, convened here SaturFor sale at Wedding's Drug Store. day and Sunday. On account of bad weatl.er the attendance was small. Hubert Mattingly, of West View, was the guest of Miss Irene Bradley Mrs. Rosa Carter and Miss Julia Sunday. Several of the young people from Gortney left Tuesday for Lohrville, Iowa, where they vill make their fu- here attended the "apron party" at Miss Verda Galloway's April 1. ture home. Misses Khea Crltcheloe, Neva Mil-nErnest Compton, of Webster, was at and Irene Bradley were the guests Chas. H. Drury's Thursday. Mrs. G. O. Ulanford left Monday for of Miss Ulauche Jarboe Saturday and Sunday. a visit with home folks at Owensboro. Hubert MattinRly, of West View, Will Witt, of Ifig Sprint', was in this neighborhood Thursday and bought of was the guest of C. M. Aldrldge SunWallace Foote a pair of aged mules for day night. Gus Rock was In town one Hay last Ruth Moss spent week. Clara Foote and Denver Uoblusou was the guest of last week with Mary Richard Carman Born to the wife of James 1'. Drury, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Robinllrandeiihurg March (I, a boy, James son, at Harried from Saturday until SALE! My farm of 140 acres on Hardinsburg and Cloverport pike, 1 mile from Hardinsburg; well improved with all the necessary out-buildin- gs. BEWLEYVILLE er For further particulars call or write, SILAS MILLER Hardinsburg, :: Ky. Chicago's Pride The .Jack, "Chicago's Pride," 15 hands, maintains his Ohio county reputation for high price mules at weaning time. Here is moro proof: Mr. 10. L. Honnott, Irvington, Ky., Ho inscoured this section last fall, buying weanling mules. forms me that he purchased IS maro mules and J horse mules -- a total of 27 and that ho paid tho highest prico of all to Mr. John Mercer, of Irvington, Ky., li. F. D. 2, for a maro mule colt. This mulo was sired by "Chicago's Pride."' Jack feo is 10.00. All colts to stand aud suckle. Accidents, if any, ut owner's risk. I ask your patronago and above record is my !! ..I..! O.. ..1.1. lT... uusil uraim. !. ruriii r1j nines ouutu ui n vwgiuii. I Taylor Dowell was in Hartford last wock purchasing lumber for u new house David Denton has returned home, after a visit with his daughters, .Mrs O. M. Priest, Mrs. W. F. Chelf and Mrs. P. II. Snyder. Mrs. J. A. Sandbach and children and Mrs. V. W. Smith, James Smith and Miss Pearl Uelle Mattingly had Wednesday. Urury. Herman Kiper and family, of Fisher, H. Urury shipped Friday by Ctias. d jack were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johu express a coming C. S. Massure, Uedfield, Iowa. Price Mattingly and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mattingly Sunday. 300 Miss Neva Mllncr, of Harned, who Save $1.50.. his been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Make your Healing Remedy at home. C. M. Aldrldge, for the past two Get a Soc bottle of Karris' Healing Oil, weeks, returned home Wednesday. add it to a pint of linseed oil and you Denver Robinson was in Louisville have a full pint of the best healing rem- last week. edy that money can buy. It cures old Mrs. Amanda Tucker returned home We Monday, sores, wounds, cuts and scratches. after being the guest of her sell it. Wedding's Drug Store. daughter, Mrs. E. II. Tucker at Mook. Mrs. J. C. Tucker, who is teaching Never sow alfalfa seed on freshly , at Klngswood, spent Sunday at home. plowed ground. lreton three-year-ol- R. F. D. No. 2 Dr. Hart and Mrs. J. H. Hart were the guests of their son, Guy Hart, and tamlly Sunday. i Ut An iL ni ii u. iui iiiu oiuuu jV Expels scrofulous humors from the blood, which causes constipation, ma larla, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pimples, etc. Get It nt Wedding's Drug Store on a guarantee to satisfy. Salt put In hot water will make It hotter as It makes cold water colder, tu